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Peril at End House, by Agatha Christie - Chapter 21, The Person—K. and Chapter 22, The End of the Story Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21, The Person—K. and Chapter 22, The End of the Story Summary

In Chapter 21, Poirot brings Freddie some wine. She asks what will happen now, and Nick begs to cover up the whole incident, now that Freddie's husband is dead. Hastings, Lazarus, Challenger, Croft, Ellen, and her husband all agree. Charles Vyse is the only dissenter, taking the correct legal point of view. Poirot agrees. He takes the side of truth, which he prepares to reveal. Poirot shows the group his list of suspects and admits that he left someone off: Nick herself. During the séance, Japp watched her open a secret panel, take out a pistol, and plant it in Freddie Rice's coat. Poirot accuses Nick of murdering Maggie, whose name was also Magdala, to inherit Seton's money. Seton was engaged to Maggie, not Nick...

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