'E' Is for Evidence: A Kinsey Millhone Mystery Themes

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The Need for Love

The need for love doesn't refer to a romantic kind of love as much as it refers to a person's need for people to care for. Kinsey has spent much of her life alone after her second divorce. She professes to want her independence and to like her solitude. When Kinsey begins to get close to the Wood family, it becomes obvious that she wants people and friends in her life. As the story begins you find that the only person that she spends much time with that would be considered a friendly relationship is her landlord Henry Pitts. He goes out of town for the holidays, but before he goes he spends much of his time trying to convince her to go with him and is worried that she will be lonely while he is gone. After he leaves she begins her investigation into...

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