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Nicci

And it is no longer ‘Sister’ Nicci—either of the Light or the Dark. Nor is it Death’s Mistress, or the Slave Queen. It is just Nicci now, if you please...and even if you don’t.
―Nicci to Prelate Annalina Aldurren[src]

Nicci was a former Sister of the Light and Dark. Beforehand, she was also an important supporter of the Imperial Order, who earned herself the titles “Death’s Mistress” and the “Slave Queen” while in their service. Originally among Richard’s instructors at the Palace of the Prophets, Nicci fled along with his other teachers after being revealed as Sisters of the Dark. After being captured by Emperor Jagang, Nicci became his most feared lieutenant; eventually capturing Richard Rahl in an attempt to convince him that the Order stood for the greater good.


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Death's Mistress

Death’s Mistress is Terry Goodkind’s 19th novel, and the first in The Nicci Chronicles. The book starts off where the previous novel, Warheart, left off. Death's Mistress was released in hardcover on January 24, 2017 and contains 512 pages (hardcover).


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