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The Mysteries of Mrs. Christie - Chapters 29 - 38 Summary & Analysis

Marie Benedict
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Agatha searches for ways to please her husband in “Chapter 29: The Manuscript.” She decides to start playing golf with him. They end up buying a house near Archie’s favorite golf course and call it Styles, after the house in Agatha’s first novel.

In “Chapter 30: Day six after the disappearance,” Archie spots Rosalind crying and approaches her. Rosalind tells him that the kids at school say that Agatha is dead and that Archie killed her. Horrified, Archie steps away, leaving Rosalind with Charlotte.

Agatha finishes writing The Murder of Roger Ackroyd in “Chapter 31: The Manuscript.” She has a glass of sherry with Charlotte to celebrate. Charlotte hands her a letter from Madge. Madge is summoning Charlotte to come see their mother, who is dying.

Archie receives a disturbing phone call in “Chapter 32: Six days after the disappearance.” His mother is upset with...

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