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Stella

Mentioned in Reunion in Death; Imitation in Death; Visions in Death; Salvation in Death; New York to Dallas

Personal InformationEdit

  • General Description: Eve and Stella have the same (whiskey-colored) eyes.[1]
  • Hair: Unknown
  • Eyes: Brown
  • Relationships: Richard Troy; Eve Dallas (daughter)
  • Occupation: Prostitute
  • Aliases: Sylvia Prentiss, Sarajo Whitehead, Sandra Millford, Sandi Millford, Sister Susan Devon mentioned in New York to Dallas
  • Age: approximately 55 when killed in New York to Dallas late summer/ early autumn 2060

DescriptionEdit

  • She wore perfume, cosmetics, and wigs: golden hair, so shiny and pretty, long and curly; or bright red hair.[2]
  • She had white hands with painted red nails[3] and her brown eyes, painted gold on the lids, were full of hate.[4]

PersonalityEdit

  • In Eve's dream/memory, when Stella caught Eve playing with her cosmetics, wigs, and shoes, Stella slapped her and called her a stupid little bitch.[5]

HistoryEdit

  • Stella said she never wanted Eve in the first place; she said having Eve was Rich's idea.[6]
    • In Reunion in Death, Eve said, "He never called me by name. Because I didn't have one. I remember that now. They didn't bother to give me a name because I wasn't a child to them. I was a thing."[7]
  • Stella says men paid for her for sex when she was 12 (c.2017, last days of Urban Wars) and she did Good Samaritan Gambit (lifting wallets) when she was kid.[8]

Criminal ActivityEdit

  • A junkie-whore[9] who whored for money and drugs. That was okay with Richard but, what wasn't okay with him, was that she wanted to ditch Eve and be rid of her. He said he had an investment in Eve.[10]
    • Richard Troy was going to whore Eve out. Nothing like young pussy, he said, so Eve better learn to take it without the whining and crying. He had an investment in her, and she was going to pay off. They were going to start in Dallas, because Eve was eight and that was old enough to start carrying her weight.[11]
  • Three or four-year-old Eve knew her mother took 'medicine' (drugs) every day; sometimes more than once a day. Sometimes it made Stella sleepy, sometimes it made her want to dance and dance.[12]
    • Stella was nicer when she wanted to dance - even though her laughing was scary, it was better than the yelling or the slapping.[13]
  • Stella and Rick tried to be careful of the soundproofing as they wanted to avoid any social workers.[14]

Interesting FactsEdit

  • Eve has little memory of her mother[15] though she knows that, by the time Eve was eight, Stella was gone.[16]
  • Eve wasn't allowed in the room where Rick and Stella slept; where Stella brought other men (for sex).[17]
  • Richard Troy called her 'Stel'; she called Richard 'Rich'.[18]
  • Stella hated Eve with a gut-deep hate;[19] she hated the fact of Eve [existing]. Eve said that if Stella had been there when her father raped her, she didn't think Stella would have cared one way or the other.[20]
  • Stella was a junkie and a whore and Eve's father ran the show.[21]


References Edit

  1. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), pp. 115, 116, 152
  2. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), pp. 113, 114
  3. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), p. 115
  4. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), p. 116
  5. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), p. 114
  6. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), p. 115
  7. Reunion in Death (ISBN 0-425-18397-1), p. 221
  8. New York to Dallas
  9. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), pp. 114, 116; Visions in Death (ISBN 0-425-20300-X), p. 251
  10. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), p. 153
  11. Reunion in Death (ISBN 0-425-18397-1), p. 221
  12. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), pp. 114, 152
  13. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), p. 114
  14. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), p. 115
  15. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), pp. 115, 116; Visions in Death (ISBN 0-425-20300-X), p. 250
  16. Visions in Death (ISBN 0-425-20300-X), p. 251
  17. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), p. 113
  18. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), pp. 115, 116
  19. Imitation in Death (ISBN 0-425-19158-3), p. 152
  20. Salvation in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15522-2), p. 102
  21. Kindred in Death (ISBN 978-0-399-15595-6), p. 298

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