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Immortal in Death Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

Roarke has been with Eve long enough to know about her recurring nightmares and knows, generally, how to deal with them. He immediately knows that this nightmare is one of the very worst so far. He tries to give Eve the tranquilizing drink Summerset has prepared for her, but Eve resists the use of any sort of drug. Knowing her as well as he does, Roarke complies by offering a drink of water. Eve relates that the dreams have been coming more and more frequently, and with more details than ever before. Eve relates the last attack of her father in graphic detail to Roarke, who becomes more and more angry and incensed over Eve's experience. When Eve relates the point where she stabbed her father over and over, she compares herself to other murderers, which angers Roarke. Eve wants to leave Roarke, turn in her badge...

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