Santa Fe Rules Setting & Symbolism

Stuart Woods
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Purdey Shotgun

Wolf, his wife Julia and his business partner Jack, are believed to have been killed by one of a pair of expensive shotguns made by the famous gun makers in London, England, Purdey.

Picture

Ed Eagle finds a picture in Barbara's apartment of two girls that has been ripped in half, perhaps eliminating one person. Later, this picture leads Ed to realize that there are three sisters, not just two.

Jewelry

Barbara funds her new life out of jail with the sale of jewelry her husband gave to her during the course of their marriage.

Sunflower Tattoo

Julia has a small sunflower tattoo on the upper portion of her right breast, a tattoo that enables Mark Shea to identify her body after the murders. It is later revealed that all three sisters had this same tattoo, as well as Julia's friend, Monica.

Santa Fe Jail

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