'I' Is for Innocent - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-12 Summary

In chapter 11, David Barney tells Kinsey that he was jogging on San Vicente when Tippy Parsons nearly ran him down. A crew for the water department was working on a burst pipe nearby and saw David Barney after the incident. One of these men, Angeloni, testified at the trial. Kinsey agrees to tell Lonnie about this information and then leaves to speak with Laura Barney. Laura Barney is a crisp, efficient nurse at a local medical clinic who clearly dislikes working for a living. Laura tells Kinsey that David and Isabelle began an affair after Laura herself threw them together, forcing David to be nice to someone who was clearly the boss's pet. When Laura learned of the affair she confronted David, forcing his hand. Laura now regrets it, believing the affair would not have lasted.

Back at her office, Kinsey calls Rhe Parsons and...

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