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Blue Moon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 1-6 Summary

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Chapters 1-6 Summary

In chapter one, Anita Blake is awakened from a sensual dream by the youngest brother of her former fiancé, Richard Zeeman. Daniel is calling to tell Anita that Richard has been arrested for attempted rape and needs her help. Richard is in jail in a small town in Tennessee, and a full moon is five days away. Richard is a werewolf, and if his secret is revealed he will lose his job as a teacher. Anita agrees to help, knowing that Richard is incapable of committing the crime of which he has been accused.

In chapter two, Anita calls a friend to get the name of a lawyer who might be able to help Richard and begins to pack. The doorbell rings, announcing the arrival of her lover, Jean-Claude. Jean-Claude is the master vampire in St. Louis and has come to tell Anita of Richard's...

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