'I' Is for Innocent Setting & Symbolism

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Pastry

A strudel pastry filled with poison that Morley Shine consumes is the cause of his death.

Mushrooms

When Kinsey learns that Morley died from eating poisonous mushrooms, she recalls seeing mushrooms in the garden of Paul and Yolanda Weidmann.

Picture Receipt

Kinsey finds a photo development receipt in Morley's car that leads her to some pictures of white pickup trucks he took. This discovery suggests that he was following the same investigative path as she was.

Morley Shine's Files

Kinsey takes over a case from Morley Shine after his death. Kinsey finds his files a disorganized mess.

Ledger

Francesca Voigt finds a ledger in her husband's study that shows he has been paying money to Curtis McIntyre, a witness for his wrongful death case against David Barney.

White Pickup

A white pickup is seen running down an elderly man on the same night Isabelle Barney is killed...

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