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Cold Fire by Dean Koontz > 2. Places holding significance for Jim

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message 1: by Carol (new)

Carol  Jones-Campbell (cajonesdoa) | 690 comments Mod
2. What place holds tremendous significance for Jim?

message 2: by Cindy (new)

Cindy | 522 comments Everything seemed to center on the windmill, didn't it? And, of course, once we saw what happened there, that all made sense. I thought Jim's and Holly's second trip through town, when they started to find the truth, was when the book really picked up.

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Chelsea | 562 comments Yes, the library and windmill, and the Duck restaurant where his parents were killed.

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Pam | 218 comments Windmill, library, restaurant.

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Carol  Jones-Campbell (cajonesdoa) | 690 comments Mod
I think the windmill is the keypoint, then the library and restaurant supplement them as points that have key significance in the book.

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