The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Ralph rushes to his wife's side. Poirot tells the guests that he had promised to find out everything. He shakes his finger at James and tells the guests that everyone gave up their little secret except James. James confesses that his secret was that he had met Ralph after the murder and made it clear to him that he was a major suspect and that he might even have to testify to evidence against his wife since she was a suspect as well. This made Ralph flee from the whole situation. He had worried that Ursula may have gotten into a big fight with Mr. Ackroyd and a fight like that could get out of hand and have deadly results, he thought. Ursula is upset to hear that Ralph even considered the idea that she may have murdered his uncle.

Poirot leads the conversation back to James...

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