The Nine Tailors: Changes Rung on an Old Theme in Two Short Touches and Two Full Peals - Lord Peter Dodges with Mr. Blundell and Passes Him Summary & Analysis

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Lord Peter Dodges with Mr. Blundell and Passes Him Summary

Blundell interviews various villagers,including the snooty Mrs. Gates and the shrewish Mrs. Coppins, and concludes that the burial was done on the fifth of January - the day after Lady Thorpe's funeral. Lord Peter fishes in the churchyard well and pulls up a hat and some ropes which were once Gaude's bell-rope and were probably used to tie up the corpse, tying arms and ankles separately. Blundell questions the Thoday family and find that Will had desperately wanted to get to the church for the New Year peal and that James is not writing as many letters as usual. Lord Peter interviews the Ashtons and learns that Will Thoday took out a large sum of money from the bank on New Year's Eve and that he has been uncharacteristically furious...

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