'I' Is for Innocent - Study Guide Chapters 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 7, Kinsey speaks with Rhe Parsons and makes an appointment to meet her that night at a community college where Rhe teaches art. Before the meeting, Kinsey goes home for dinner and speaks with her landlord, Henry. Henry tells her that his brother, William, is coming to visit for a few weeks. William had a heart attack a few months ago and is driving Henry's other siblings crazy, so he believes they are sending William to him to punish him for past hurts. Kinsey stops at a local bar, Rosie's, for dinner before meeting Rhe at her art class. In the hallway, Rhe tells Kinsey that she had known Isabelle for fourteen years when Isabelle died. Rhe and Isabelle met at school and remained close. n fact, Isabelle was like an aunt to Rhe's teenage daughter, Tippy, who had an alcohol addiction at the...

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