The A.B.C. Murders - Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter Six, Hastings and Poirot visit the scene of the crime around the same time of day that the murder took place. When they got there, lots of people are outside staring at the shop. The shop itself is a rather dingy place. Above the shop, where Mrs. Ascher lived, they find a pair of stockings and three pictures on the mantelpiece. One is of Mary Drower, one of Rose, and one of a young couple. Hastings and Poirot try to find more information about Mrs. Ascher by going around to all the various neighbors nearby.

In Chapter Seven, Poirot and Hastings visit the two men that had last seen Mrs. Ascher, one before she died and the one who discovered that she had been murdered. Mr. Partridge was the last person to see her and he came forward himself to the...

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