Stuart Woods Writing Styles in Santa Fe Rules

Stuart Woods
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Point of View

The novel is written in the third person point of view. Most of the novel is seen through the thoughts and actions of Wolf Willet, the main character. However, the writer also shows some of the plots developments through the eyes of other characters, including Ed Eagle, Wolf's attorney, and Barbara Kennerly, Wolf's sister-in-law. The switch between point of view characters always takes place within a new chapter; it is always made clear to the reader who the new point of view character is going to be, either by naming that character in the first sentence, or by referring to some place or event Wolf could not possibly know about.

The point of view of this novel is the omniscient third person view point that is often utilized in these types of mystery novels. This point of view moves from character to character, revealing not only...

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