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'I' Is for Innocent - Chapters 15-16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15-16 Summary

In Chapter 15, Kinsey visits Morley's wife, Dorothy, and sister-in-law, Louise. Kinsey asks about Morley's final days and learns he was fine until Saturday afternoon when he became ill, vomiting for hours before he began to feel better on Sunday. Then, on Sunday, Morley collapsed at dinner and died. Kinsey shares her suspicion that Morley might have been killed because of what he might have learned about the Barney investigation. Kinsey asks permission to have Morley's body autopsied. Dorothy agrees. Kinsey then goes to the coroner and tells him her suspicions. The coroner asks Kinsey to find any chemicals or food that might have transmitted the poison to Morley.

In Chapter 16, Kinsey returns to the Shine home where she collects all kinds of chemicals and Morley's office where she collects medicine from his bathroom and a pastry from his trashcan. Kinsey goes home afterward and cleans...

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