Will the clues left behind on the question paper put Evans back in prison again?
If we peep deeply into the clues left behind on the question paper, it is clear that there is a message for Evans on its last page. He was been asked to drive from Elsfield way to the Headington roundabout and then direct to Neugraben (Newbury). The Governor concludes that Evans must have gone to Newbury and he is hopeful to put Evans behind the bars.
In fact we must start from McLeery who is also involved in the plan of escaping Evans who has been sent by Board to invigilate and he may give them a slip. This is clearly what happens. McLeery dodges them when they reach the Board office and he disappears. He is found after a quarter an hour, bound and gagged in his study. He tells them that he is there since 8.15 a.m. Enquiries in Newbury do not produce any tangible solution. It is clear that it is not Evans, impersonating McLeery, who has walked out of the prison. It has been clear that it is not Evans, inpersonating McLeery, who walked out of the prison. It has been rather Evans, impersonating McLeery who has stayed in. He makes a good escape on getting an opportunity.