Poirot Investigates - The Case of the Missing Will Summary & Analysis

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The Case of the Missing Will Summary

Poirot has received a note from Miss Violet Marsh that she wants to talk to him. Her father was a farmer in Devonshire, and his brother migrated to Australia. Her father, Roger, educated himself and became a clerk with a small firm. His wife was the daughter of a poor artist who died when Violet was six. Violet's mother died when she was fourteen. Her uncle Andrew returned from Australia and bought a place called Crabtree Manor, treating Violet as if she was his daughter. He was interested in farming and opposed female education, thinking that only practical work is suitable for girls like Violet. She wanted to pursue education and won a scholarship. Her uncle is critical of her pursuits and wanted her to abandon her plans. Only then she would inherit...

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