Cards on the Table - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

A hurried trip to Wallingford is essential. Anne and Rhoda are still disagreeing over Anne's omission in her interview with Superintendent Battle. Rhoda still believes Anne should come clean and Anne is irritated at her fussing. Twice she remarks that Rhoda is the only one who knows the circumstances under which she left Mrs. Benson's employ. Then Rhoda turns the conversation to Major Despard and teases Anne that he likes Anne. Anne replies that he likes Rhoda too. Suddenly Anne suggests going out on the river while they wait for Despard and Battle to arrive. Despard actually arrives at the cottage a little early and only just misses the girls. He is directed toward the river. Likewise, Battle and Poirot are sent the same way when they arrive. All three men see Anne knock Rhoda into the river. Neither girl can swim. Despard immediately swims to the...

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