Justifiable Means Setting & Symbolism

Terri Blackstock
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Florida

Located in the American south on the eastern seaboard, Florida is a state in the United States of America. It is the setting for the novel, and the location of the town of St. Clair.

St. Clair

St. Clair is the main setting for the novel. It is a seemingly middle-class town, located near the Gulf of Mexico in the western half of Florida. It is the home of Larry, Melissa, Lynda, Jake, Tony, and Edward Pedergrast.

St. Clair Police Station

The St. Clair police station is where Larry and Tony do much of their police work, making calls and working on investigations.

Lynda Barret's House

Lynda Barrett's house is in a wooded, secluded area, and has been in her family for years. It is where she and her boyfriend Jake live, and it becomes Melissa's refuge.

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