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The Nine Tailors: Changes Rung on an Old Theme in Two Short Touches and Two Full Peals Chapter Summary & Analysis - Lord Peter Is Called Wrong Summary

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Lord Peter Is Called Wrong Summary

Lord Peter remembers how some carved cherubim he once encountered had holes behind, and also remembers that the church once had mezzanine galleries. On learning that the Red House servants once sat in these galleries in the south aisle, he realizes the significance of the verses revealed by the cipher: Jeff Deacon would have hidden the emeralds in one of these holes.

News comes that the cipher was in Jeff Deacon's handwriting, which is followed by the disappearance of the Thodays. News comes from France that LeGros's identity discs were found: the name on them was Arthur Cobbleigh, who lived near the wood where Deacon escaped from prison and where the skeleton wearing prison clothes was found.

Lord Peter goes to see if a hole exists behind the cherubim. He expects to find it empty but finds the emeralds...

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