In the novel, The A.B.C. Murders by Agatha Christie, state the following for the second murder; who? what? when? where? why? who? what? How did Poirot question them? Was there any other unusual information?
In Agatha Christie's novel The A.B.C. Murders, the second murder is of Elizabeth "Betty" Barnard, a waitress in Bexhill. Detective Hercule Poirot enlists Betty's relatives in helping him identify unusual features of the crime and eventually finding the killer.
Agatha Christie's 1936 mystery, The A.B.C. Murders , pits a serial killer against Christie's renowned Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and his assistant and friend Hastings. The book's second murder follows the alphabetical conventions of the first murder: Elizabeth Barnard, known as Betty, was killed in the town of Bexhill. Though Poirot had been alerted to the planned murder in Bexhill ahead of time, the killer murdered Betty shortly after midnight...
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