The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - Study Guide Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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The announcement Poirot requested is published in the paper and Caroline, amongst others, is shocked. She tells James that he must do something to save Ralph, because she is sure of his innocence. Caroline tells James that Poirot had a male visitor today, but she does not know who it was. Poirot arrives at their house and asks James to join him for a walk. They walk towards Fernly Park. Poirot asks James to call everyone at Fernly Park for a meeting that evening at Poirot's home.

James speaks to Mrs. Ackroyd first. She tells him that she felt horrible about Ralph, but that Raymond did not believe the news and that he actually called the police who confirmed his suspicions. She also gives him another piece of interesting news. Flora is now engaged to Ralph, but Mrs. Ackroyd was happier with the idea of Ralph as...

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