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The Killing Dance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section XI, ch. 30-32 Summary

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Section XI, ch. 30-32 Summary

All the coffins look the same externally so that it is impossible to tell which are the oldest. Anita assures Stephen that she will not kill someone else in order to put the vampires back. Anita offers her blood to Jean-Claude, but Richard objects because feeding is too close to sex for the vampire. Anita points out that Richard cannot donate blood again because he has to fight Marcus tonight. Anita decides to call Dominic Dumare, who has been cleared of Robert's murder. Dominic learns about the triumvirate and believes he can theoretically help. Anita protests that she cannot raise zombies in daylight, let alone vampires, but Dominic says she cannot do so only because she believes she cannot, though she probably cannot raise them outside at high noon. Dominic, Cassandra and Anita plan a spell, and Anita starts with the...

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