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'I' Is for Innocent Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 13-14 Summary

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Chapters 13-14 Summary

In Chapter 13, Kinsey goes to Rosie's where she runs into Henry. Henry is miserable because his brother's obsession with his own health is driving him crazy. When Rosie learns about the problem, she tells Henry to bring William to the bar the following day so that she can take care of the problem.

In the middle of the night, Kinsey wakes and remembers an article in the local newspaper dated the day after Isabelle's murder that reported a hit and run accident. Kinsey reviews the article, learning a man had walked away from a convalescent home and was killed by a white truck. Kinsey notes the name of the only convalescent home in the area and then goes back to bed. On the following day, Kinsey speaks with the manager of the convalescent home and with the son of the victim, learning that the accident...

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