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God Save the Child Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Smithfield

Where Spenser goes to begin his search of the missing boy.

Apple Knoll

The subdivision in Smithfield where the Bartletts live.

Marlborough Street

Where Spenser's apartment is located in Boston.

Smithfield Junior High School

Where Kevin was a student until going into high school, and where he and Vic put the hearse with the coffin after the ransom demand.

Boston Police Department

Located on Berkley Street, this is where Spenser goes in search of any police record of Vic Harroway but finds no previous arrests on file.

Punkin

The Labrador retriever owned by the Bartletts. The dog lies on the porch when Spenser arrives the first time and doesn't get up, and later turns down a "Nutter Butter" cookie, which Spenser says makes him a smarter-than-average dog.

Race's Faces

The photography studio where Spenser goes as he is searching for Vic Harroway.

The Odds' End

A gay...

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