The A.B.C. Murders - Chapters 11-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 is solely about Megan Barnard’s view of her sister and about Donald Fraser, Betty’s boyfriend. Megan says that Betty was not really a good girl, she liked to flirt with a lot of men. Megan was slightly jealous of her sister, knowing that Betty was the better looking in the family. Megan tells Poirot and Hastings that Donald Fraser, Betty’s boyfriend, has a violent temper and was constantly jealous of all the other men that paid attention to Betty. Megan tells the inspectors all about Betty and her relationships with other men that made Donald jealous. Donald would threaten her, much like Mr. Ascher threatened Mrs. Ascher.

When Donald comes by the house, he is disbelieving and in shock, and Chapter 12 is dedicated to learning more about Donald. Donald tells the inspectors that last thing he heard from Betty...

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