I've finished the book already too. I've never been the type to read more than one book at a time (except text books in school), so I finished it to move on to the one for my book club at the library. When Chapter 30 ends the author begins hinting that perhaps Kip is involved.
This is a compelling possibility as how many times do we hear about victims turning into abusers themselves. It would make sense that Kip would break. In some ways although the "story" is about Hannah's trial it seems that the characters are all working towards their own purpose and agenda (especially the mother.)
“Reflect upon your present blessings, of which every man has plenty; not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.”
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