Is the narrator of The Murder of Roger Ackroyd truly unreliable? Or did he reveal to us the truth all along—albeit in a roundabout way?

Is the narrator of The Murder of Roger Ackroyd truly unreliable? Or did he reveal to us the truth all along—albeit in a roundabout way? Write a paper that answers the above question, either by making the case that he is not unreliable, or by clarifying the particular kind of unreliable narrator he is—even if this means coming up with a new term (that is, outside the list provided for us by William Riggan.

Use quotations from the book The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie. I want you to argue that he is actually reliable albeit in a roundabout way. 1 intro, 3 body paragraphs and 1 conclusion. You can mention the rhetorical triangle ( pathos, logos, ethos).