Neon Prey Setting

John Sandford
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Howell Paine’s Apartment

Howell Paine’s apartment is where Deese goes to attack him. The setting moves the plot forward as a witness takes a video that leads the authorities to Deese and to Deese’s subsequent arrest. In addition, it is here where Paine bites him. The problems he has with the healing of the wound helps Lucas and his team determine the area Deese and the gang are inhabiting.

Deese’s Home

The authorities go to Deese’s home after he does not appear for his trial and there are no signals emitting from his ankle monitor. It is here that they find the victims he has eaten and buried. This discovery leads to the inclusion of Lucas Davenport in the case.

Roger Smith's Home

Lucas goes to Roger Smith’s home to try to discover Deese’s location. It is here that he meets Santos...

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