Curtain - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

They say Poirot died of a heart attack, but his medicine was not by his bed. Hastings believes Poirot was killed by X too. The inquest renders Norton's death a suicide. The only strange part, according to the coroner, is his shooting himself in the middle of the forehead. Hastings removes the key from around Poirot's neck to open his case. Hastings finds that the papers on the X cases are missing, which means that X took them. The only thing Hastings finds is two books of two different plays in Poirot's case. A slip of paper falls out of one of the books telling Hastings to talk to Georges, which was Poirot's valet prior to Curtiss.

They bury Poirot. Then, Judith comes to Hastings. She tells him she isn't returning to London, but accompanying Franklin to Africa as his wife. Hastings starts...

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