Sharp Objects

by

Gillian Flynn

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Camille’s Scars

Camille’s scars, which cover her entire body save for one perfect circle of unblemished, smooth skin left in the center of her back, serve as a symbol throughout the novel for Camille’s dedication to…

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Teeth

Ann Nash and Natalie Keene, the two little girls whose murders set the events of the novel in motion, are both found—months apart and in separate places—with all of their teeth pulled from their…

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