The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - Study Guide Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Poirot invites James to dinner that evening. They discuss Poirot's conversation with Caroline. Poirot asks James why he did not tell him about the conversation in the woods earlier. He also asks James about Miss Russell. As they discuss suspects, Poirot tells James that he must always remember that people do not always tell the truth. Poirot and James discuss the stranger. Poirot has verified the stranger's existence. Someone saw the stranger at the Three Boards Inn and noted that he had an American accent.

Poirot reminds James about the goose quill they found in the summerhouse. He tells James that a goose quill is commonly used to take heroin, a drug common in the Unites States and Canada. Poirot believes that the stranger never went to the main house, but only to the summerhouse for some sort of rendezvous. Poirot reminds James that Mrs. Ackroyd and...

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