The A.B.C. Murders Characters

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Hercule Poirot

Hercule Poirot is the detective to the ABC Murders case and is the recipient of the letters detailing the murders. His demeanor and perspective on the case affects how the others around him perceive what is going on. Poirot is a patient detective who is able to gather information and reflect on it without jumping to conclusions. With this demeanor, he solves the case calmly and collectively. Captain Hastings, who is with Poirot almost every step of the way, does not realize that he has come to a conclusion about the case when he already has.

Poirot does not like to tell people exactly what is going on, and although this irritates some of his colleagues and other people in the case, it is an effective way of handling serious mysteries. If Poirot had told everyone and talked out what he knew, then Franklin would have had...

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