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'I' Is for Innocent Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 17-18 Summary

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Chapters 17-18 Summary

In Chapter 17, Kinsey listens to an angry message from Kenneth Voigt on her answering machine and decides to confront him in person. Kenneth is upset that Kinsey accused Tippy of murder. However, when Kinsey talks to him, their conversation is calm and includes a discussion of the things Kenneth hopes to buy when he wins the wrongful death suit. Afterward, Kinsey goes to Morley Shine's funeral service. Henry and William arrive to support Kinsey through the nondenominational service. Afterward, Kinsey sees Simone leaving. When Kinsey tries to talk to her, Simone accuse Kinsey of putting her nose where it does not belong in regards to Tippy. Simone demands that Kinsey focus on David Barney. When Kinsey tells Simone that someone accused her of killing Isabelle, she reacts by pointing the finger at Yolanda Weidmann.

In Chapter 18, Kinsey goes to the gallery where Rhe Parsons is...

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