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The Winner Setting & Symbolism

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Honda

The black Honda originally approached LuAnn and caught her off guard. It was rented and driven by Thomas Donovan, but at the time LuAnn didn't know that and was concerned about it belonging to Jackson. Matt interceded on her behalf as the Honda chased after her.

Joy

Joy was LuAnn's favorite horse. Joy was purchased overseas, and when LuAnn moved back to the United States, she arranged for Joy to come over as well. LuAnn rode her regularly. Late in the book Joy becomes LuAnn's getaway vehicle as she avoids the FBI and Jackson.

Wicken's Hunt

The historical name of the estate LuAnn purchases in which to live once returning to the United States.

Charlottesville, Virginia

Where LuAnn settles upon her return to the States.

Mask

Jackson is almost always wearing a mask. This helps him to allude recognition from others and provides him with the self...

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