a point about the murder of roger ackroyed
i just finished this awesome masterpiece ranking it on my top AC books ,but i have a question or to be more honest something which disturbs me about the ending
A big spoiler alert !!
there is a contrast between something I've read before and what Poirot did to be more clear i read somewhere something which mean " a true or a perfect (or whatever fits the same meaning ) detective will never let the murderer to commit suicide ) !! now as we all know Poirot actually suggested that to Dr. Sheppard and that doesn't fit to me . do you think it was a good decision from Ac?? or was it fair to let a murderer to suicide ?? want to hear your opinion about the statement and Poirot's action , just to let you know i am with the statement what Poirot did although i love Poirot very much