Magpie Murders - “Woodbridge” –“The Atticus Adventures” Summary & Analysis

Anthony Horowitz
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In “Woodbridge,” Susan paid a visit to her sister Katie. As she explained why she was in Framlingham she realized it sounded like the plot of a conspiracy thriller. Katie, who had worked with Conway at Woodbridge School before his books became famous, said she had never liked him. She described him as being angry and secretive.

In “The Letter,” Susan studied a copy of Conway’s suicide letter made when she returned home. She wondered if there was some significance in the letter being handwritten and the envelope typed--the opposite of the circumstances in Magpie Murders. She reread the letter and realized that nowhere in it did Conway talk about killing himself. She had assumed that was what he had in mind but he could have as easily been writing about his death as a result of his cancer.

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