And Then There Were None: Chapter Nine
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Dr. Armstrong, Phillip Lombard and William Henry Blore went around the island to see if they could find the mysterious murderer, but they were out of luck. The only person they saw was General MacArthur.
After being unable to find anyone around the island, they decided to search the house. They searched tiny rooms and spaces, and even the Rogers' bedroom, but it was only Mr. Roger gathering his things.
Mr. Rogers stood at the dining room as the three men came down the stairs, and told them that it was time for lunch. Everyone gathered around the table, and only General MacArthur is missing. Vera said that the last she saw him, he was sitting down by the sea. Mr. Rogers offered to go get him, but Dr. Armstrong jumped up and said that he would go.
General MacArthur: *lies unconscious on the ground*
OH NO. . .
After finding General MacArthur dead, Dr. Armstrong came back and informed the others. The men brought his body in. Dr. Armstrong examined his body and stated that he was hit in the back of the head.
"I reiterate my positive belief that of the seven persons assembled in this room one is a dangerous and insane criminal."
All of the guests were assembled in the drawing room. Justice Wargrave took control of the situation and stated that "Mr. Owen" is one of them. He questioned everyone and the situations, and warned all of them to be on their guard at all times. They were all possible suspects.
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