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'E' Is for Evidence: A Kinsey Millhone Mystery Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Kinsey's Garage Apartment

Henry Pitts made his garage into an apartment and rents it out to Kinsey. She calls it her small kingdom and though it is small she enjoys it. This is where she gets recharged after things go wrong and where the final battle takes place.

Wood/Warren Company Building

Wood/Warren is the company that files the fire claim that starts the incriminating events. Kinsey investigates the fire scene and questions the employees.

Daniel Wade's Guitar

Daniel, Kinsey's ex-husband, leaves his guitar telling her it was too expensive to leave in his car. She figures out later on that he had put a small tape recorder in the guitar to spy on Kinsey.

Package Bomb

This is a reoccurring item in the story. The "bad guy" in the story kills his mother with a package bomb, then his wife, and tries to kill Kinsey with...

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