'I' Is for Innocent - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-4 Summary

In Chapter 3, Kinsey goes to the police station to talk to the investigating officer in the Barney case, but discovers he is out with the flu. Instead, Kinsey speaks with Detective Cordero, a female cop who tells Kinsey that the talk around the station suggested David Barney was guilty. Cordero also talks about Morley's death, surprising even herself when she admits that she cried when she learned he had died, even though he took such poor care of himself that it was hardly a surprise.

From there, Kinsey goes to the Shine residence in Colgate to see if she can get access to his office files. Kinsey finds Morley's sister-in-law at the house caring for Morley's wife who has been suffering from cancer for a year or more. The sister-in-law, Louise, allows Kinsey to search Morley's home office and gives her a key ring so...

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