The Woman Who Lost Her Soul Setting

Bob Shacochis
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America

The United States of America is the setting for several key scenes in the narrative. Specific locations within America that play important roles in the action include: Miami, Florida is where Harrington, Dolan, Parmentier and “Renee” all live; Montana is where Burnette’s mother lives, and where he visits at two key points in his life / the narrative; and Washington, DC os the centre of government and the home base for the several interacting, conflicting agencies that manipulate the action that drives the plot.

Haiti

The small, tropical country of Haiti is the setting for much of the action in Book 1, and is revisited throughout the narrative. Poverty stricken and politically corrupt, it is referred several times as having the power and potential to corrupt/destroy even the best of men’s souls.

Croatia

This Balkan country in Eastern Europe is the home country of Stepjan Kovacevic (Steven...

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