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Regarding the issue of closure and justice, are the murders of Libby Glass and Charlie Scorsoni the same thing? Explain.

Do Kinsey's methods of investigating that break the law—for example, breaking and entering and tampering with evidence—justify the end result?

Did Charlie exact justice when he ran Gwen down? Why?/Why not?

How did Kinsey extract justice in this case?

Describe Marcia Threadgill's case and the issues of right and wrong involved.

Discuss Diane's guilt over Bruno's death. Did her silence make life easier or did it make it worse?

Talk about Kinsey and her apparent inability to forge personal relationships. What reasons can you find in the text to support your answers?

Describe the effect Libby Glass's death had on her parents. On Lyle.

Explain Lyle's motivation for tampering with evidence. If he had not hidden the bottle of...

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