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A Is for Alibi - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

Kinsey admits she has never been good at taking that kind of guff from men. Rather than stew about it, she gets out her index cards and brings them up to date. Then she begins to speculate on how the murder could have been committed. She makes lists of everyone involved in the case, including Charlotte Mercer. Kinsey then realizes that she is not able to eliminate Charlie Scorsoni from her list and this makes her uneasy.

Just after midnight, Charlie shows up at Kinsey's apartment, claiming to have come to apologize. Kinsey is reserved, partly because of how he treated her, partly because of her new awareness of his possible involvement. They talk about the fight for a bit, both admitting some fault. Charlie accuses Kinsey of not wanting anyone in her life, but even as he tells her these hard truths...

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