#46687. Asked by Linus_337. (Apr 21 04 12:34 PM)
Warning! This answer contains a spoiler. In his last book Poirot is ostensibly confined to a wheelchair and is quite ill. However this is not the case, and after the apparent suicide of one of the characters in the book, Poirot appears to have suffered heart failure and died in his sleep. However, four months after his death, Captain Hastings receives a letter from his friend Poirot in which he confesses to having murdered the apparent suicide (who was a very bad lot) and has actually commited suicide himself. Confused? Amazed? Why not read the book and find out WHY he did it!
Apr 21 04, 1:37 PM
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