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Cards on the Table Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 30 and 31 Summary

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Chapters 30 and 31 Summary

Rhoda can hardly believe that Anne intended to murder her, and Battle tells her that Anne was not a very nice friend. All are back at Poirot's flat, with Dr. Roberts and Mrs. Oliver having been summoned as well. Dr. Roberts expresses his disbelief that Anne, too, was a murderer. Poirot stops Dr. Roberts by saying that it was Dr. Roberts who killed Mr. Shaitana. Dr. Roberts tries to bluff his way out of it, but Poirot produces an eyewitness, a window cleaner who had seen Dr. Roberts inject a supposed restorative into Mrs. Lorrimer's arm, when it was in fact a medication called Epivan that when combined with the sleeping draught Veronal is very dangerous, and can result in death. Mrs. Lorrimer took Veronal to aid in her sleep. Dr. Roberts pretended to receive a note himself to make it look as though Mrs...

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