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Peril at End House, by Agatha Christie Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18, The Face at the Window Summary

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Chapter 18, The Face at the Window Summary

In Chapter 18, Hastings wakes with a bout of malaria and is sick while Poirot arranges to fake Nick's death with the help of Dr. Graham, the nursing home, and the police. Poirot reports that he has ordered a large bouquet of lilies, and that Frederica is in mourning and acting as if she knows or suspects something. Poirot finds the ruse with the chocolates difficult to unravel, especially with the two boxes. Hastings suggests that Lazarus could have substituted the chocolates, but he has no visible motive. Hastings begs Poirot to let Challenger know that Nick is okay, but Poirot refuses to endanger his plan.

The next time Hastings wakes from his fever, he sees Poirot writing on the list of suspects from A. to J. that he made earlier, making a list of questions about each...

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