This is the final short case to appear in Partners in Crime. The Beresfords finally come face-to-face with their ‘secret adversary’.
This case, which involves a certain amount of peril for the Beresfords, is solved by the use of “little grey cells” to arrange facts “neatly, and with order.” In this final case they ape the great Hercule Poirot. At the end of the case, however, Tommy is presented with some news from Tuppence that the real Poirot would not have found amusing.
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