Hercule Poirot: Belgian detective: egg shaped head, waxed mustaches, patent leather shoes. Retired from the Scotland Yard. Has "little grey cells" that he uses to deduct and think.
Norma Restarick: The third girl of Claudia's flat. Comes to Poirot during his breakfast and says that she "might have committed a murder". Acts neurotic and insane.
David Baker: The "Peacock". Norma's disagreeable boy friend, the arty type. Highly decorative, and has been mixed up in some cases, but not directly involved. Seems to value money a lot, and could be bought off.
Claudia Reece-holland: The tenant of the flat where Norma stayed as the third girl. Andrew Restarick's sensible secretary.
Roderick Horsefield: A slightly gaga old man who was involved in the war. Has employed a foreign girl as his secretary. Uncle of Andrew Rasterick and Mark Restarick (in-law).
Andrew Restarick: Father of Norma Restarick. Left the family for Africa when she was 5, and returned 15 years later, after her mother had died, married to Mary Restarick.
Mary Restarick: Second wife of Andrew Restarick. They met in Africa. Is hated by Norma, and hates Norma in return.
Frances Cary: The second girl of Claudia's flat. The arty type.
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