Five Little Pigs Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

In his narrative, why does Phillip Blake believe it is ludicrous that anyone would suggest Amyas would have killed himself? (from Book 2, Narrative of Phillip Blake - Narrative of Meredith Blake)

2.

Why is Poirot's conversation with Edmunds significant? (from Book 1, Chapters 1 - 3)

3.

Why does Meredith tell Poirot that he feels guilty about Amyas' murder? (from Book 1, Chapters 6 - 7)

4.

Why does Phillip not want to write down his timeline of the events of Amyas' death? (from Book 1, Chapters 6 - 7)

5.

In her narrative, why does Lady Dittisham say that she approached Amyas when she first met him at a party? (from Book 2, Narrative of Lady Dittisham - Narrative of Angela Warren)

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