Blood Rites - Chapter 13-19 Summary & Analysis

Jim Butcher
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Chapter 13-19 Summary

In chapter thirteen, Harry talks to Murphy and they compare notes on what they have found on Genosa. He is an interesting character but neither of them have found anything that seems a clear motive for murder. Genosa has been interviewed by Oprah, Time, People and several other name worthy news syndicates. Harry explains that Genosa says that natural beauty and genuine desire are better than silicone and surgically altered bodies. While Harry is on the phone, someone tries to blow a poisoned dart at him.

Harry tells Murphy goodbye in chapter twelve and agrees to watch himself and goes out to the set. Joan is there and tells Harry that Genosa is not a nice man, but a nice boy and that he falls in love at the drop at a hat. Harry is walking around behind stage when he...

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