The A.B.C. Murders - Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 21, part of the Special Legion group meets Inspector Crome, who could not care less about them, but Franklin says that they are a strong group. He also tells Crome about the St. Leger run being run in Doncaster on the same day as the next murder, which will make the murder harder to find. Poirot confronts Thora about what Lady Clarke had said, and eventually she remembers that there was someone trying to sell her pantyhose on the day of Carmichael’s murder. She says that he was an unforgettable type of person, though. This stirs something in Poirot who remembers now that in all the cases there was something about pantyhose. In Andover, Mrs. Ascher had a new pair in her apartment. In Bexhill, Betty’s mom had bought her a pair, and in Churston Thora had been asked if...

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