Shot by gun
Heart attack while driving
He ran away from the scene of the accident.
He's the primary witness of the car wreck.
He gave false information to the police.
He's Caroline's estranged husband.
She finds a pickup with a handgun in the Layton's garage.
The police chief gives her the evidence she needs to discover who did it.
Terry's wife leaves several clues for Kinsey to find.
Several events forecast how the mystery is solved.
The ending of the story proves to be the turning point in the action.
The killer dies in exactly the same spot where Caroline did.
Terry's confession only comes after Kinsey confesses to her crime.
Series of happenings in a literary work
Highest point of action in a story
Main idea or underlying meaning of a literary work
Problem or struggle in a story
Distorted or slanted
Climb or rise
To make more attractive
Terry's wife made him feel guilty for sitting in his car.
Terry needed to make sure she was dead.
Terry regretted what he had done.
Terry's wife knew that Kinsey was watching to see what Terry would do.
Kinsey's investigation takes her in a "Full Circle" around the city to find the killer.
The story ends where it began, therefore it travels "Full Circle". The story ends where it began, therefore it travels "Full Circle".
Both vehicles in the accident made a "Full Circle" in the process of crashing.
Kinsey investigates everyone in Terry's "Full Circle" of friends.