The Nine Tailors: Changes Rung on an Old Theme in Two Short Touches and Two Full Peals - Plain Hunting Summary & Analysis

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Plain Hunting Summary

Lord Peter and Blundell are discussing the possible guilt of the Thodays (Jim, Will and Mary) when Potty Peake reveals that he saw Will Thoday in the church with the dead stranger, and this story appears plausible. However, Will cannot be the person who buried LeGros, as he was badly ill at the time. Hilary Thorpe sends Lord Peter the mysterious paper she found in the bell chamber; the paper this message was written on is the same sort as Suzanne used to write her letter. Lord Peter guesses that the message is a cipher sent by LeGros. News comes that Cranton has been found.

Plain Hunting Analysis

This chapter raises a lot of possibilities and raises more questions. The specific question that the reader is confronted with is the part played by the Thoday family: it is obvious that they know something about the...

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