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Eyes of Prey Setting & Symbolism

John Sandford
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Objects/Places

Cigarette Case

Michael Bekker carries around a cigarette case that is filled with the assortment of pills he is addicted to.

Heavy Bottle

Stephanie Bekker has a heavy bottle she found in Mexico that she uses to decorate the kitchen table. Bekker instructs Druze to use this bottle to kill Stephanie with.

Hammer

Bekker uses a brand new claw hammer to kill Elizabeth Armistead, helping the police to recognize immediately that he brought the weapon with him. This shows that the murder was premeditated and not a crime of passion.

Screwdriver

Bekker uses a screwdriver to take out George's eyes after his death and burial in order to keep him from haunting Bekker.

Answering Machine

Bekker uses the answering machine in a colleagues office to communicate with Druze. After Druze's death and Bekker's arrest, the police find the machine and recover messages between the two men, linking them...

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