Magpie Murders - “Crouch End, London” – “Orford, Suffolk” Summary & Analysis

Anthony Horowitz
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Summary

In “Crouch End, London,” the point of view returns to the original first person narrator. The narrator read to the end of Magpie Murders to discover there was no concluding chapter. She went through the characters, trying to work out for herself who might have killed Magnus but really came to no conclusion. Later that evening she heard on the news that Conway was dead.

In “Cloverleaf Books,” the narrator introduces herself as Susan Ryeland, the Head of Fiction at Cloverleaf books. When she arrived at work on Monday, Susan immediately took the manuscript to Charles’s office. He was sitting at his desk with his dog Bella lying on a blanket under the desk. Charles showed Susan a letter that Conway had sent to him. The text of the letter is included in the novel. It was a suicide...

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