Sweet and Deadly

What metaphors are used in Sweet and Deadly by Charlaine Harris?

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The gun is a metaphor for defence and revenge. Catherine's father taught her how to shoot a gun when she was little. Catherine goes out to her property to shoot her gun the day she finds Leona. It is with this gun that Catherine kills Carl Perkins at the end of the novel.