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Mind Prey Setting & Symbolism

John Sandford
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Objects/Places

Abandoned Farmhouse

John Mail keeps Andi Manette and her daughters captive in the basement of an abandoned farmhouse on his property. Mail bought the property under an alias, preventing the police from finding the property immediately.

Red Paint

John Mail painted his van with water soluble red paint before he kidnapped Andi Manette and her daughters. This paint washes off in the rain and covers Andi Manette and one of her daughters, causing witnesses to believe they have been injured in some way.

Engagement Ring

Deputy Chief Lucas Davenport spends most of the novel carrying around an engagement ring intended for his girlfriend, Weather Karkinnen.

Nail

Andi Manette and her daughter, Grace, spend a great deal of time during their captivity attempting to remove a nail from a wooden beam in their small prison in order to use it as a weapon. Eventually they are able to free...

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