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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

Poirot assigns James to investigate one of Ursula's former employers, Mrs. Folliott. When James visits her, Mrs. Folliot tells him she was happy with Ursula. James asks about Ursula's background, but Mrs. Folliot gets nervous and angry and does not understand why James is asking so many questions. James can tell when someone is lying, and he knows that Mrs. Folliott is not telling the truth.

James leaves Mrs. Folliott's home, does his rounds for his patients and then goes home. Caroline is home and chats with her brother, making sure to mention that Mr. Poirot stopped by today just to speak to her. She told James that Mr. Poirot told her about all the great people he solved murders for. Mr. Poirot also told her that they had better find Ralph soon or else it is going to look very bad for him. James asks her...

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