Stalking the Angel Setting & Symbolism

Robert Crais
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Hagakure

The Hagakure is an ancient Japanese manuscript. In the eighteenth century a man named Jocho Yamamoto "outlined every aspect of proper behavior for the samurai in manuscript form, it came to be known as the Hagakure." The theft of the Hagakure is the center of the novel plot.

Nobu Ishida's Shop

Nobu Ishida's Shop is a cover shop for the yakuza's illegal drug imports. There isn't much more than crates visible in the front of the shop. Ishida surrounded himself with yakuza thugs to protect his space.

Warren Home

Warren Home is a large, immaculate mansion that according to Cole, never feels like anyone actually lives there. The home displays Bradley Warren's affluence.

Mimi's Room

Mimi's Room is cold and devoid of any visible personal items. Mimi's room doesn't reflect any of her interests or hobbies and doesn't look as if she even uses it. Cole compares...

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