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Austin Wright
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Northern Pennsylvania

Northern Pennsylvania is where much of the novel takes place. Described as primarily rural, wooded, and mountainous, northern Pennsylvania is populated by small towns, hunting roads, and plenty of wildlife. Tony and his family are crossing through northern Pennsylvania on their way to Maine when they encounter Ray and his thugs. It is in northern Pennsylvania, along the interstate, that Ray and his buddies separate Tony from his loved ones, and later kill Laura and Helen. Tony returns time and time again to northern Pennsylvania to help the State Police with their investigation. Northern Pennsylvania thus becomes a place of sadness, anger, and revenge for Tony.

Grant Center

Grant Center is a small town in northern Pennsylvania where the local State Police barracks is located. Described as a small town –but big enough to include a motel –Grant Center is where Tony ends up spending much of...

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