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The Nine Tailors: Changes Rung on an Old Theme in Two Short Touches and Two Full Peals Chapter Summary & Analysis - Tailor Paul is Called Before with a Single Summary

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Tailor Paul is Called Before with a Single Summary

Wimsey inspects the French underclothes, and Mrs. Venables suggests that the man who owned them was married, came from France and had the British clothes as a disguise. Lord Peter and Bunter go to Leamholt and then Walbeach to see if any mail was left for Stephen Driver. Bunter learns that a letter has come from France for Paul Taylor and has been there some time. Bunter obtains the letter, claiming that "Paul Taylor" was his chauffeur. They drive back past the sluice gates, listening to the sluice-keeper complain about the state of his gates. They read the letter with Blundell. It is from a French peasant woman to her husband, and the details in the letter eliminate Cranton as the corpse.

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