Five Little Pigs - Book 1, Chapters 6 - 7 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 6, Poirot first talked to Phillip, a man who described himself as Amyas’ best friend. Poirot hid his real reason for asking about Amyas’ murder by telling Phillip that he was working on a commission to write a book investigating crimes from psychological standpoints. Even though Poirot promised to write about the Crale case with delicacy and restraint, Phillip indicated that it was not a case that involved much restraint, only female jealously. When Poirot asked for Phillip’s reaction to the crime, Phillip was angry and told Poirot that he felt he could have saved his friend if he had acted more quickly. He said Meredith had mentioned to him that some of the coniine was missing from his laboratory, but instead of warning Elsa and Amyas that Caroline perhaps had the poison in her possession, he chose to wait...

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