Tooth & Nail: An Inspector Rebus Novel Setting & Symbolism

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Letter

After becoming enraged over articles in the newspaper about his sexual orientation and other speculations, the Wolfman sends a threatening letter to Lisa Fraser, promising that she will be the next victim.

False Teeth

The Wolfman uses a set of mismatched false teeth to bite his victims on the stomach.

Knife

The Wolfman uses a knife to cut the throat of his victims and then to stab them multiple times after they fall to the ground.

Paintings

The killer has a bunch of paintings his mother made when he was a small child. The killer focuses his anger at his parents at these paintings, slashing them. Paint flakes from these paintings are found in a letter the killer sends to Lisa Fraser.

Autopsy

Rebus attends the autopsy of the fourth victim of the Wolfman in order to learn all he can about the killer's methods.

Dental Impressions

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