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Whose Body?: A Lord Peter Wimsey Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters III and IV Summary

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Chapters III and IV Summary

In Chapter III, Parker goes through their clues related to the man in the tub and recites what they can assume to be true, including that the man had been a common laborer but had recently lost his employment, based on the fact that his calluses were beginning to soften. He also had blisters on his feet, indicating that he had been walking around looking for a job. He had been carefully washed, had on a scented fragrance, and had been shaved, probably in an effort at disguise. Parker says their killer is smart and cool under pressure because he "adorned" the corpse with the expensive glasses. Peter says that the killer has a sense of humor. There arise several questions, including how the killer got the corpse into the apartment. Peter says that he would give anything to have a...

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