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

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Chapters V and VI Summary

In chapter five, Parker wakes in his flat at 12A Great Ormond Street to the smell of burned porridge. When the phone rings and Bunter asks Parker to come to Peter's house, Peter tells his housekeeper, Mrs. Munns, that she can "take the porridge home for the family." Parker reveals a diary he found at Levy's that includes an entry indicating that "Mr. Arbuthnot dropped in to tea; he wants to marry Rachel but I should like someone steadier for my treasure." They suppose that to be the Honorable Freddy Arbuthnot. Peter says that he believes Milligan could have a motive in that Milligan admitted his business ventures would be well served with Levy out of the way. Some of the fingerprints found at Levy's house were not Levy's, evidenced by the fact that there was a small scar on the...

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