'I' Is for Innocent - Chapters 9-10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9-10 Summary

In Chapter 9, Kinsey calls the police station and asks a sergeant to check the date of David Barney's acquittal and confirm if Curtis McIntyre was in county lockup that day. Kinsey then goes to a local television station to find out if they have footage of David Barney's acquittal. Kinsey has to bribe a station worker to show her the footage, but the footage appears to confirm David Barney's story. Kinsey goes home for lunch where she meets Henry's brother, a man obsessed with his own health and driving poor Henry crazy. During lunch, Kinsey gets a call confirming that McIntyre was in jail the day of David Barney's acquittal.

In Chapter 10, Kinsey tracks McIntyre, who was released from jail that morning, to a local motel. Kinsey follows McIntyre to a bar where she tells him what she has learned about the day of David...

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