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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary

Mrs. Ackroyd was the first to react to Poirot's accusation that each of them is holding something back. Caroline tells James that Raymond came over looking for Poirot. Caroline suggests to James that he go over to Poirot's home and see what is going on. James insists that he does not need to know everything that happening. Caroline tells him that he is every bit as curious as her, but simply unwilling to admit it.

A few minutes later, Caroline hands James a jar of homemade jam and tells James that she promised it to Poirot and that he must deliver it to him. James resists, but then gives in. He insists though, that he will only leave the jar at the door. As he is leaving, Caroline reminds James to tell Poirot about Ralph's black boots.

James ends up in Poirot's home. They discuss Mrs. Ackroyd's...

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