Peril at End House, by Agatha Christie - Study Guide Chapter 5, Mr. and Mrs. Croft and Chapter 6, A Call Upon Mr. Vyse Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 5, Hastings and Poirot see Nick at the hotel dance that evening with her friends. Poirot notes the contrast between the animated Nick and her weary friend Freddie. He goes to speak with Freddie, telling her that her friend was shot at. Freddie at first disbelieves, until Poirot shows her the bullet. He asks Freddie what friends she was staying with before coming to the hotel, and when she takes offense, he makes up an excuse. Poirot asks Freddie to watch over her friend, and returns to his table. From the conversation, he believes Frederica Rice is lying, and that she was not visiting friends as she said.

Poirot brings Hastings to Nick's and shows Hastings how easy it would be for anyone to...

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