Philip Lombard, Louis Armstrong and William Blore, were discussing the causes of the murders of Mrs. Rogers and Anthony Marston. William Blore acussed Armstrong of being wrong in the amount of medicine he gave to Mrs. Rogers.
While everyone were eating, Dr. Armstrong went to look for General Mcarthur, and found him death. He ran desperately to tell everyone. General Mcarthur was beaten in the head by a hard object.
When they come back to the house with the corpse, they realized that there was one less soldier in the table.
Lombard, Armstrong, Blore, Wargrave and Emily were talking in the livingroom. Wargrave assumes that Mr. Owen is one of them. Amrstrong explains that a women could killed General Mc. Arthur. And Lombard said that Mr. Rogers was innocent. At least they all start acussing each other for th