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Killing Floor Setting & Symbolism

Lee Child
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Objects/Places

Margrave

Margrave is a small town in Georgia. The police station and firehouse stand alone together, neat and new, like all of the buildings in the town. Looking as though a generous budget is employed, the town all but sparkles with fresh paint, smooth tarmac, red block sidewalks and new awnings. Everything is crisp and clean, the lawns are green and the church gleams behind a small group of buildings. The town is immaculate. There are no potholes or cracks in the cement, the shops look like they get painted weekly and the lawns and other greenery are trimmed and tidy. Flags are flying everywhere and all in all, Margrave appears to be a prosperous community.

Margrave Police Department

Consisting of merely eight employees, the Margrave Police Department is headed by a useless and excessive man named Chief Morrison. He's been part of the department for years along...

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