By Charlaine Harris
Every Sookie Stackhouse brief tale ever written—in one particular volume—from the New York Times bestselling author.
New York Times bestselling writer Charlaine Harris has re-imagined the supernatural global along with her “spunky” (Tampa Tribune) Southern Vampire novels starring telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse. Now, for the 1st time, this is each Sookie Stackhouse brief tale ever written— jointly in a single volume.
tales contain “Fairy Dust,” “One be aware Answer,” “Dracula Night,” “Lucky,” and “Giftwrap.”
For years, Charlaine Harris has thrilled fanatics along with her secret sequence that includes small-town waitress-turned- paranormal-sleuth Sookie Stackhouse. Now, Ace is happy to republish her moment novel within the sequence in hardcover. during this e-book, Sookie is pursued via a really horny vampire—and a truly lethal monster. With HBO and Alan Ball, writer of Six toes Under, launching an all-new sequence, True Blood, in line with the Southern Vampire novels, the call for for Charlaine Harris and Sookie Stackhouse goes to be higher than ever.
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A lumpy stalagmite had grown on its lid where water dripping from above had left mineral deposits over the years. Her hand felt cold and clammy as it passed over the weathered wood of the lid, and she felt her stomach churn as she stepped closer. It wasn’t like when she’d approached Malvern’s coffin back in the hotel room, however. The feeling wasn’t as strong. This felt more like an echo of evil that had passed by long ago. “You must know the history of this town pretty well,” she said. ” He shook his head.
Gunshots smashed into the gravel and struck the hood of her car as if it had been hit with a hammer. ” In her twenty-seven years of life no one had ever shot at her before. Her brain stopped working and her kidneys hurt as her adrenal glands poured fire into her veins. She tried to think. She had to follow the order. She tried to spin on her heel and run back. The cars were so far away, though. She was out in the open and the porch was so close— Without warning a high-velocity bullet smashed into her sternum, knocking her backward.
What I do is important, too,” she said. She didn’t want to go into the details. She didn’t want to say what she was really thinking. Her first raid might not have gone how she’d hoped, but she had survived it. When she was down and hurt people had worked to save her. He would never have dragged her out of the line of fire, she knew. He would have pushed her further into danger. Was her resistance to his plea based solely on fear? Was she fighting him just because she didn’t want to get killed?