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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 23 Summary

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Chapter 23 Summary

Caroline takes Ursula to a bedroom to rest. Poirot reminds her that she has to be at the meeting at his house at nine o'clock. James and Poirot chat about the case. Poirot reminisces about his old friend Hastings who used to help him with his investigations. He says Hastings used to keep a written record of the cases and that used to prove quite helpful. James shyly admits to Poirot that he has been keeping a record of the case and Poirot is overjoyed. James takes out the manuscript, which consists of twenty chapters, containing information up to Miss Russell's visit.

James leaves to check on a patient and Poirot dines with Caroline and then sits in James' workshop and reads the manuscript. James asks Poirot for his opinion on the manuscript. Poirot praises James' work and tells him it has been very helpful. Then Poirot...

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