Curtain - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

Hastings doesn't remember much about the days following the inquest. He does remember an old woman approaching his at the cemetery. She suggests it was the doctor that murdered his wife and that it's odd that Hastings was present at this death and the death of the previous owner, who was thought to be murdered by her husband.

Poirot's health is deteriorating. Poirot admits that the heart doctor he saw previously says he is doing everything he can for him. Poirot tells Hastings this will be his last, but his most interesting case. Poirot agrees to see a doctor, but only agrees to see Franklin. After examining Poirot, Franklin tells Hastings that it is hopeless and that Poirot's heart could give out at any minute. He also tells Hastings that the job in Africa is still open and that he's leaving for it...

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