The A.B.C. Murders Setting

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Whitehaven

Whitehaven is Poirot’s home, where the action of the novel starts, and where Poirot and Hastings keep going back to. The letters all go to Poirot at this address and it is, also, the place where Poirot is able to get some distance and reflect on the case. Poirot solves the murder in Whitehaven, right in his home.

Andover

Andover is the place of the first crime and where Cust goes turns himself in to the police. Although this is not the most dramatic of the murders, this murder plays an important role because it is the first and it is at this place that they first get the seeds of what the murderer is all about.

Bexhill

Bexhill is the second place where someone is murdered, and this time it is Betty Barnard who is killed. This place plays an important role, not only in the...

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