The Nine Tailors: Changes Rung on an Old Theme in Two Short Touches and Two Full Peals - Study Guide Mr. Gotobed is Called with a Double Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Gotobed is Called with a Double Summary

Before Easter, Hilary Thorpe is helping in the church when she finds a piece of French writing paper in the bell-chamber with esoteric writing on it, which she keeps. Shorty after, her father, Sir Henry, dies, also of influenza, expressing a regret that he has little to leave her because the family fortunes have been spent on recompensing Lady Wilbraham, the owner of the emerald necklace, for their loss. While Harry Gotobed and his son are re-opening Lady Thorpe's grave, they discover a strange man's body inside that has had the face beaten in and the hands removed. The vicar calls the police and writes to Lord Peter.

Mr. Gotobed is Called with a Double Analysis

This chapter begins a new section in the novel, and it is here that the mystery begins.

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