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The Nine Tailors: Changes Rung on an Old Theme in Two Short Touches and Two Full Peals Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Bells in Their Courses Summary

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The Bells in Their Courses Summary

Mrs. Venables insists that Lord Peter rests before the all-night peal, and he wakes only just in time for the midnight service. After the service, Lord Peter, Reverend Venables and the other ringers ring a peal that they complete successfully in nine hours. As they come in for breakfast after the ring, the news comes that Lady Thorpe is dying, and the Reverend Venables hurries out. While Lord Peter's car is being salvaged from the ditch, Jenkins tells him about how an emerald necklace was once stolen from the Red House by the butler Jeff Deacon and his accomplice, the burglar Nobby Cranton, and how it ruined the family. After his car is repaired, Lord Peter leaves, meeting an ex-convict looking for work in Fenchurch St Paul on the road.

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