The Moonstone - Sixth - Eighth Narratives, pgs. 505-520 Summary & Analysis

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Sixth - Eighth Narratives, pgs. 505-520 Summary

The Sixth Narrative is by Sergeant Cuff and is basically his report to Franklin Blake. Cuff says that Godfrey died from being smothered and that the three Indians were probably in some way involved in the death. Luker identified the empty box found as having contained the Moonstone. Cuff believes that the motive was stealing the Moonstone. The murderers gained access to the room through a trapdoor in the roof. The three Indians left England on a steamer bound for Rotterdam.

Cuff's investigation of Godfrey showed that he had a country villa bought under another name where he kept a woman. All the expensive furnishings and artwork were paid for. Godfrey had been in charge of a trust fund that was emptied out before it came payable. This is how he paid for...

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