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A Is for Alibi - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

Kinsey is upset; the case should be coming together, and yet despite the fact that she has Gwen's confession, the questions about the deaths of Libby and Sharon are unanswered. Gwen's motivation for killing Laurence is evident, but she has no motive for killing Libby or for killing Sharon. Everything is missing: means, motive, opportunity. Suddenly, Kinsey realizes that there must be a second murderer. The first two who come to mind are Lyle Abernathy and Charlie Scorsoni. She wants it to be Lyle. She has to make sure. On the spur of the moment, she heads down to Los Angeles, and as she is driving she berates herself for making the mistake a novice would make, though to her credit, the police had assumed the same thing—same MO, same murderer. The notion of justice that Kinsey determines is all about...

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