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A Is for Alibi - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

On her way home from Montebello, Kinsey stops in at the Montebello pharmacy and interviews the pharmacist who remembers Laurence, his allergy to dogs, and that he regularly filled his prescription for HistaDril at the Montebello Pharmacy, but he has no ideas as to who doctored Laurence's allergy capsules.

Kinsey's next stop is to spy on Marcia Threadgill, her other case, and is surprised to see that a hanging plant that had been dead is now replaced with a huge plant. If Marcia had managed to lift that new plant up to the hook on that patio then she is not as disabled as she is claiming. Kinsey is angry at herself for missing the opportunity to nail Marcia when she hoisted that plant to it's new hook. Watching through her binoculars, Kinsey watches Ms. Threadgill putter among her plants on the patio...

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