Golden Prey Themes & Motifs

John Sandford
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Love Between Family Members

Throughout the narrative, the actions of fictional characters show that family members who love each other will do whatever is necessary to protect one another. On the other hand, lack of love for a family member means lack of protection for that person.

An example of love's protection is demonstrated whenPoole’s mother undergoes undergoes an extreme form of interrogation. Even while being tortured, she protects her daughter by not revealing her name to Soto and Kort. The name that she does provide, John Stiner, is someone who is not related to the family. Even though Lucas is at first afraid that Poole's mother might have revealed Natalie’s name and location, he realizes that she did not because she loved Natalie.

Marilyn Campbell’s character also shows that family members protect those whom they love. The fact that she has convinced herself...

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