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The Killing Dance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section I, ch. 1-2 Summary

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Section I, ch. 1-2 Summary

Jean-Claude sits in Anita Blake's office. Anita is about to draw her gun on Sabin, the unknown vampire sitting across from her. Dominic Dumare, a powerful necromancer and Sabin's human servant, sits quietly as Sabin mocks Jean-Claude's control over Anita. Jean-Claude brags about Anita's record of vampire kills. At Dominic's urging, Sabin throws back his hood to reveal his half rotted face that results from a degenerative disease caused by refraining from blood, which he has done because his lover values human life. Although Dominic and Sabin believe that Anita can cure this disease, she does not know how but agrees to try. Dominic wants to combine their powers to cure Sabin, offering to teach Anita true necromancy. Anita rushes the end of the meeting because she has a date with Richard, her other beau and a werewolf, but Dominic will...

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