Murder on the Orient Express

This book is set on the Orient Express.  A man named Rachett asks Poirot for his help> Poirot declines saying that he simply does not like Rachett’s face. The next day Rachett is found murdered. Everyone on the train has a good alibi. Who did it?

Name: Mary Debenham

Motive: None apparent

Suspicious Circumstances: Was overheard saying suspicious things Colonel Arbuthnot

 

Name:Princess Dragomiroff

Motive: None Apparent

Suspicious Circumstances: None that we know of

 

Name: Mrs. Hubbard

Motive: None Apparent

Suspicious Circumstances: A knife was found in her sponge bag. A handkerchief with the initial “H” was found in the Rachett’s compartment.

 

Name: Colonel Arbuthnot

Motive: None apparent

Suspiscious circumstances: Was overheard saying suspicious things to Mary Debenham. A pipe cleaner for his pipe was found in Rachett’s compartment.

 

Name: Countess Andreyi

Motive: None apparent

Suspicious circumstances: Grease spot on her passport. Handkerchief was found with her initial on it in Rachett’s compartment

 

Name: Greta Ohlsson

Motive: None apparent

Suspicious circumstances: None that we know of

 

Name: Antonio Foscarelli

Motive: None apparent

Suspicious Circumstances: Bouc doesn’t trust Italians.

 

Name: Hardman

Motive: None apparent

Suspicious Circumstances: None that we know of

 

Name: Hildegarde Schmidt

Motive: None apparent

Suspicious Circumstances: None that we know of

 

Name: Hector MacQueen

Motive: Anger against Rachett, his former employeer

Suspicious circumstances: None that we know of

 

Name: Count Andreyi

Motive: None apparent

Suspicious Circumstances: None

 

Name: Pierre Michel

Motive: None apparent

Suspicious Circumstances: Could’ve killed Rachett while everyone was asleep

 

 

 

 

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