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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

The next day, after doing his rounds, James comes home to find Flora waiting for him. She asks him to go with her to see the little man who lives in the Larches. Her uncle had told her that the man is a retired detective and is famous for his investigative talents. James discourages Flora from the idea, insinuating that she might not like the outcome of the investigation since Ralph may be found guilty. Flora assures him that although Ralph is no saint, he would never kill anyone. James denies that he suspects Ralph, but Flora confronts him about going to the Three Boars Inn last night. James is surprised that she knows about that. She says she was just going there to visit Ralph when she happened to see James there. They talk about how they both found out that Ralph had left the Three...

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