Magpie Murders - “After the Funeral” – “Crouch End” Summary & Analysis

Anthony Horowitz
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In “After the Funeral,” at the reception, Susan asked the vicar about his relationship with Conway since he had insinuated in the eulogy that Conway had bullied him. The vicar made an excuse to get away from Susan and Charles asked her why she was acting as she was. She explained to him that she thought that Conway had been murdered. He looked at her as if he did not believe her. He told her if she went to the police she would only stir up more trouble for the company. She started to argue but James signaled that he was about to begin his address. James told the crowd he would not be staying in Framlingham and would be putting the house on the market. Susan noticed Conway’s son and ex-wife left as soon as James started talking...

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