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"The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd" - Write a short sequel to the book you have read to a prospective publisher.

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ERP Assignment On "The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd" Fictional Titles 2. Write a short sequel to the book you have read to a prospective publisher. That evening during dinner, Caroline noticed that Dr. Sheppard was unusually quiet. She asked Dr. Sheppard who was the killer. But Dr. Sheppard merely said, "I really have no idea, Poirot did not tell me anything." Caroline then replied, "You must have known the murderer already, or else you would not be so quiet." "It is precisely because Mr. Poirot had not told me the murderer that I am so quiet. Caroline knew that no matter how hard she tried, Dr. Sheppard, being as stubborn as he usually were, would not have told her anything, so she gave up. ...read more.

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He was trying to commit suicide. Caroline was shocked, then she asked in a grave tone," What were you doing with this bottle of "Veronal?" Dr. Sheppard tried very hard to explain that he wanted to use it as he had trouble sleeping since this murder case appeared. Caroline knew there was seriously something wrong with her brother. She had her suspicions, but she had to confirm them. She asked Dr. Sheppard to go with her to Poirot's house. Dr. Sheppard knew that now there was nothing to hide, so he decided that the truth should be told to her sister. Caroline rung the bell outside Poirot's house. He was surprised to see Dr. Sheppard with Caroline. He came out and greeted them. ...read more.

Conclusion

Poirot turned to face Dr. Sheppard. "I'm afraid that you would have to be handed over to the police now that your scheme had not turned successful." Dr. Sheppard merely nodded his head. However, in his heart he felt a tinge of remorse and guilt. It turned out that Dr. Sheppard was the murderer, and news of this quickly reached the press. Naturally, the whole of King's Abbot was very shocked about this news. Everybody could not believe their eyes. It was the talk of the town. Soon after though, it died down. Incidentally, Dr. Sheppard had also been hanged. Back in his house, Poirot kept thinking of Dr. Sheppard. Dr. Sheppard kept on reminding him of his faithful friend Hastings. As he thought of those unforgetful moments, he thought to himself: What a pity. He would have made a great friend. He then went up to take a rest. ...read more.

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