Blood on the Tracks: A Novel Setting

Barbara Nickless
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Royer District

The Royer District is the area of Denver where Nik and his family live. Parnell spent a good deal of her time with Nik and Ellen Ann in their home after her father abandoned her and her mother went to prison. The boys who grew up to become the neo-Nazis who killed people each February were originally called the Royer Boys because they were from this area.

Habbaniyah

Habbaniyah is a place in Iraq where Parnell met Rhodes outside the house where Dave Resenko, a Marine, and Haifa, an Iraqi interpreter, were killed. The Sir had asked Parnell to join the group that went to this house because he wanted to cover up the affair by altering the bodies, making it appear they had died in a different way. Parnell is haunted by what she did in Habbaniyah and the violence that followed. She believes at one...

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