This is the weapon used by Jake to smash the lights on Morris' car after he is subjected to Morris' insults at the jail.
This is where Bobby Cole was killed and is the place where Jake and Frank are forbidden to play by their parents. This is also the place where the boys see Warren Redstone rummaging through the pockets of the dead man known as Skipper.
This is the affliction that Morris makes fun of at the jail at the start of the novel. When it is noticeably absent, there is always a particular significance to it's absence.
This is the lasting effect left over from surgery Ariel underwent as an infant. It causes Ariel to view herself as flawed and perhaps leads her to seek out dominant men within her relationships.
Karl's Triumph Sports Car
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