Don't Let Go Symbols & Objects

Harlan Coben
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The Bat

The bat is a symbol of vigilante justice. Nap uses this bat to crush Trey’s knee and ankle. He punishes Trey because Trey was physically abusive to his wife, Brenda.

Chalk Outline

This chalk outline is a symbol of murder. Nap is amused when he arrives at the place where Rex was killed to see that a chalk outline of him has been drawn on the pavement. It is the first time Nap has seen an actual chalk outline in years.

Warning Signs

These warning signs are a symbol of incongruity. Even though it is believed that the site of the old Nike missile base is being used only as a satellite office for the USDA, the security is tighter after it changed hands than when it was a site for nuclear weapons. The town historian points out to Nap that the only reason...

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