'I' Is for Innocent Characters

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Kinsey Millhone is a private detective who has been featuref in eight previous novels by the same author. Kinsey is an orphan whose parents died when she was only five, leaving her to grow up with an aunt. Kinsey lives in the renovated garage behind Henry Pitts' home. Kinsey and Henry are close friends that take care of one another, often sharing meals, gossip, and advice.

In this novel, Kinsey has just lost her office in the back of California Fidelity Insurance because of a few harsh words with the new quality control officer. As a result, Kinsey has moved into an office rented out by Lonnie Kingman in his law firm. Kinsey has been working on small cases. When Lonnie asks her to take over the investigation on a wrongful death case after the first investigator died, Kinsey is happy for the work. However, Kinsey soon...

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