Golden Prey Quotes

John Sandford
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What difference does the age make? She's just another witness.
-- Garvin Poole (chapter 1)

Importance: Garvin says this to Darling after he realizes that Darling is still bothered by the fact that Poole killed the six-year-old girl. The quote supports Duffy's assessment of Poole. He has no conscience. It also reminds readers that he is a bad man.

All I want to do is hunt.
-- Lucas Davenport (chapter 3)

Importance: Lucas tells this to Oder as he tries to reassure him that he does not want his job. The statement creates the metaphor of the hunter and the prey. Thus, it explains the title. Lucas is the hunter, and Poole is the prey.

If she loved her daughter…
-- Lucas Davenport (chapter 6)

Importance: Lucas says this to Dean as they discuss the fact that Poole's mother did not tell Soto and Kort about Natalie. The quote is significant because it supports the theme that family members who love each other protect each other. The pain...

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