November is the sister of June Perkins. She is the aunt of May Perkins and April Perkins-Zimmer and the grand-aunt of March Perkins. She has white hair, and she wears flip-flops and earrings. It is known that she lifts weights.
Role in Case(s)
November was first interrogated after Gabriella Harrison found an argument between her and the victim in the victim's phone. November said that it was a typical sisterly argument, but she forgot what it was about. When Phoebe Yates pointed out it was about something regarding the mansion, November said that June always exploited her pet peeves - leaving the room with the door open, and leaving dirty plates in the sink. She suddenly stopped, and said that she forgot what they were talking about. May came in and told Phoebe and the player she was suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer's.
November came in the police station to beg for the player as she believed she had something important to tell them. Alden Holmes came with the player, hearing that she was suffering from Alzheimer's. She rambled on and on, sometimes forgetting about the topic at the hand. As her disease made her statement somewhat unreliable, Alden offered to analyze her statement. He was confident in only one thing November said - the killer was grumbling in German after they came back to the Perkins household.
November was proven innocent when May was incarcerated for June's murder.
- Stay Together, Die Alone (Case #3)