Hot Ice

How does the author use foreshadowing in Hot Ice?

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In the novel's first chapters, Pancho is arrested and brought before a judge, where he claims both identities, saying that he wants to be a holy card model (which Dybek foreshadows earlier in the story by saying that the nuns thought Pancho looked like a saint, such as St. Sebastian or Juan de la Cruz), but that he is also a captain, which is a street gang title.

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