'I' Is for Innocent - Study Guide Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 5, Simone fixes Kinsey lunch and tells her about the cottage where she lives. The cottage was designed by Isabelle, the first in her new career as a designer. Isabelle and David both worked for an architect and began a business of their own designing small homes like this cottage. Simone points out that Isabelle's death allowed David Barney to take control of the entire company, rather than having to split it with Isabelle in a divorce. Simone also tells Kinsey that Isabelle had a prenuptial agreement with David Barney that would have left him with very little should Isabelle have divorced him. Simone describes the harassment David Barney caused Isabelle in the final months of her life, including leasing a house just a few minutes walk from Isabelle's house. When Kinsey leaves, she finds David Barney's leased house and walks back to Isabelle's...

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