'F' Is for Fugitive: A Kinsey Millhone Mystery Themes

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Immoral Behavior

Bailey Fowler is the beloved second child of his parents, Royce and Ori Fowler. However, despite being smothered with love, Bailey grows up to be small time criminal. Bailey gets involved with Tap Granger, a local bad seed, and together the two boys pull several holdups, including one in which Tap brings a gun. Bailey is arrested and fights the charge, only to lose his case and be convicted of a felony. Bailey spends a little over a year in jail. Shortly after he is released, Bailey begins seeing his ex-girlfriend, Jean Timberlake again. One night, Bailey and Jean spend the evening together and are seen on the beach, both drunk. The next morning, Jean is found dead. Bailey is charged based on the fact that he is the last person known to be with Jean. When a witness comes forward putting Bailey and Jean on the...

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