finally had some time to listen to this interesting chapter. Sorry, the weekend was a bit fully booked out for me this week.
Lots of work outside in the garden.
Roger wrote: ↑
June 15th, 2018, 8:37 am
Chapter 5, uploaded and posted.
The mystery is thickening, the list of suspects .... well, you'll see.
what a coincidence that Lyons pushed the only loose panel in the whole fence
But yes, now everybody could have escaped by that route. Though it must have been someone who was aware of that panel in a private backyard. For me that still doesn't dis-incriminate Miss Wolcott. It would be too much of a convenient coincidence.
But the plot is still interesting, so that's a good thing.
I found two small things to note this time, the first is probably negligible but the second may be worth changing:
> at 4:54
: "He inquired if you were in town,--said he had expected you to call Monday night, but supposed
perhaps you had not done so, because you knew Miss Wolcott was to be out." - you say "supposedly
". I'm not sure if it really changed much of the meaning, although the perspective may be a bit different. I guess this is optional.
> at 9:04
: “though on that theory it was hard to understand Lawrence's amazement when his cane
had been produced at the inquest.” - you say "case
", but the Lawrence's cane was such a crucial item in the inquest that maybe it should be mentioned here