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Dance Hall of the Dead Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18 Summary

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Chapter 18 Summary

Saturday, December 6, 4:19 p.m. Leaphorn spends the afternoon staking out the ground George would most likely travel to arrive in Zuni for Shalako. From his high vantage point, he can see the blue cooking smoke hanging over Zuni from the holiday baking. Leaphorn uses the time to think. He releases his anger at O'Malley. Logically, it makes sense that the commune and narcotics would influence O'Malley's thinking about the murder cases since the commune was already being watched by federal agents prior to the deaths. Also, Leaphorn realizes he has no more respect for O'Malley than O'Malley has for him, and so he lets his anger go. He watches the Zuni parade of the gods begin. The Little Fire God, who should have been Ernesto Cata, crosses the bridge wearing the Fire God's ceremonial mask. Behind him comes the Salamobia, wearing the same mask the killer has...

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