Mississippi Blood Quotes

Greg Iles
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To be frank, I don’t have it in me to describe the events that constitute the immediate fallout of her death, or of my father’s arrest for murder”
-- Narrator (Chapter 1)

Importance: In this quote, Penn describes why he uses Keisha’s articles to describe the events that happened after Caitlin’s death as well as those that caused his father to be arrested for murder.

My father has suffered in her stories — as he should — and through Keisha’s writing the Knox family has become a national symbol of the most atavistic and depraved instincts in the American character.”
-- Narrator (Chapter 1)

Importance: Penn describes the way that Keisha’s articles are not biased, even when dealing with Tom’s murder charges. He even indicates that Keisha has not been easy on the Double Eagles, a group he knows might retaliate against Keisha for the way she reports about their wrongdoing.

The fact that Dr...
-- Narrator (Chapter 1)

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