Death on the Nile - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

As Poirot is about to tell Race who the murder is Cornelia and Dr. Bessner come to the door. Cornelia is upset because Miss Bowers has told Cornelia about Miss Van Schuyler's stealing. When Poirot mentions the telegram to Dr. Bessner, the doctor laughs and says it was talking about vegetables and . Race realizes it is Richetti who is the agitator he was sent to the ship to find because potatoes are code for machine guns and artichokes for high explosives.

Analysis

While Race has solved the mystery of the person he is there to arrest, he does not yet know who the murderer of Linnet Doyle is. According to Poirot, they are not one in the same.

Vocabulary

benevolently, sardonically, conceit, apologetically, regard, tenderness, excavation, modestly, feminine, splendidly

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