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A Fatal Grace Symbols & Objects

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Li Bien Ball

The Li Bien ball is a symbol of CC’s background even though she does not completely understand what it represents. CC knows that it was painted by her mother and treasures it because it had belonged to her mother. She suspects the Three Pines represents the three pine trees in the village where her mother grew up. It is for this reason that CC buys a house in that village. It is later determined that CC’s mother, L, was best friends with Em, Kaye, and Bea when they were growing up.

A Crooked Chair

The fact the chair was knocked crooked symbolizes a trap into which the killer knew CC would fall. Because of CC’s compulsive personality, she could not stand for things to be crooked or not lined up. CC would not have been able to resist straightening the chair...

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