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Charlaine Harris is a New York Times bestselling author for both her Sookie Stackhouse fantasy/mystery series and her Aurora Teagarden Mystery series, now a. A touch of dead [electronic resource (EPUB eBook)] / Charlaine Harris. New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris has re-imagined the supernatural . Definitely dead [electronic resource (EPUB eBook)] / Charlaine Harris. The new Sookie Stackhouse novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Dead.
Enlisting the aid of Manni senders, the remaining katet climbs to the Doorway Cave It falls to the boy, the billy-bumbler, and the fallen priest to find Susannah-Mia, who, in a struggle to cope with each other and with an alien environment "go todash" to Castle Discordia on the border of End-World. In that forsaken place, Mia reveals her origins, her purpose, and her fierce desire to mother whatever creature the two of them have carried to term. Eddie and Roland, meanwhile, tumble into western Maine in the summer of , a world that should be idyllic but isn't.
For one thing, it is real, and the bullets are flying. The seventh and final installment of Stephen King's The Dark Tower saga is perhaps the most anticipated book in the author's long career. King began this epic tale about the last gunslinger in the world more than 20 years ago; now he draws its suspenseful story to a close, snapping together the last pieces of his action puzzle and drawing Roland Deschain ever closer to his ultimate goal. The Gunslinger The Dark Tower 1.
Wizard and Glass The Dark Tower 4. Wolves of the Calla The Dark Tower 5.
Song of Susannah The Dark Tower 6. Mudasar Yousafzai. The dark tower is one of the best series i have ever read. I download the whole series in ebook format from: Iriwka Gordeeva. Ishiee Santos pinned post 31 Jul Guila Alessandra. Please help it says only the owner can open the document. Sookie Stackhouse series in ePub Also known as: The series is narrated in first person perspective by Sookie Stackhouse.
She is a waitress and a telepath in the fictional town of Bon Temps, Louisiana. The recently released thirteenth book, "Dead Ever After", is the final book in the series.
Please note: Each book in this series is a whole story with a beginning and an ending, however the plot of each book relies heavily on the prior books in the series. It is recommended that you read the full length novels in the order they were published. Charlaine Harris - Southern Vampire Mysteries. Neil Gaiman Collection Books: English Format: Nessun Dove - Neil Gaiman. Neverwhere - Neil Gaiman. Odd and the Frost Giants - Neil Gaiman. Smoke and Mirrors - Neil Gaiman. Snow, glass, apples - Neil Gaiman; Charles Vess.
Stardust - Neil Gaiman. The Graveyard Book - Neil Gaiman. Kay Castillo. I've some Neil Gaiman books, let me know which ones you want and if I have them I'll gladly share: Maria Papadopoulou replied to Kay. Kay , hi do you have "the ocean at the end of the Lane"? Kay Castillo replied to Maria. Maria , I do. Is that okay? American Gods - Neil Gaiman.
Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman. Books Have Sexes - Neil Gaiman. Coraline - Neil Gaiman. Fragile Things - Neil Gaiman. Published in Bite. It introduces the topic of Hadley's death, which kicks off the events in the sixth Vampire Mysteries book, Definitely Dead. Cataliades shows up in a limousine at Sookie 's home bringing the news of her cousin Hadley's death. The rebellious Hadley had not been in touch with the family in years, so they did not know she had become a vampire several years ago. It seems that Waldo, a former lackey of the Queen, was jealous of Hadley's position, so he lured her to a cemetery and killed her.
Cataliades informs Sookie that Waldo has been caught, and that his punishment is in Sookie's hands - she must decide. Her answer surprises him, and Sookie notices that it also surprises the hidden occupant of the limousine: the Queen. Cataliades : A lawyer who works for Sophie-Anne Leclerq, and frequently conducts business for her, his half-demon nature is not revealed in this story.
Bubba : Bubba is Elvis Presley in vampire form. Non-recurring characters Waldo: A former lackey of Sophie-Anne, he was violently jealous of Hadley's position as the Queen's lover. Lucky[ edit ] Two characters from this story are mentioned in passing in a later book, but this story does not affect the storylines in the Southern Vampires novels.
Plot summary Insurance agent Greg Aubert asks Sookie and her witch friend Amelia to investigate a break-in at his office. He is concerned that someone will discover that he uses magic spells to protect his property and his clients. Amelia and Sookie discover that the break-in was just Greg's daughter and her secretive boyfriend, who is actually a newly turned vampire.
However, Sookie learns that two other agents in town have had break-ins, and all are getting excessive amounts of claims which may drive them out of business. It seems that Greg's spells have been using up all the luck in town. Recurring characters Amelia Broadway : Witch rooming with Sookie. All the mistakes I may have made are due to my own frivolous nature. He is a middle-aged man with a scruffy beard. He parks his battered pickup in front of the Midnight Hotel. The six-to-midnight clerk, a junior college freshman named Marina Desoto, later tells Deputy Anna Gomez that when she saw the pickup pull to the curb, she assumed the driver would come in to rent a room.
Marina does not add that she had been a little excited at the prospect, since in the months she has worked at the hotel only six people have asked for a room during her shift. Marina's hope is dashed pretty quickly.
Peering out the glass door, she watches the man fall out of the pickup "like he was drunk," she tells Deputy Gomez and Sheriff Arthur Smith. Since Gomez knows Marina's family, she also knows Marina is fully conversant with the behavior of drunk people. And then he. She lifts her hand to her head, forefinger pointed and thumb cocked, and mimes pulling a trigger. He's checked the line of sight, and he's skeptical. Because he was acting so weird. And he shot himself. An ambulance is waiting to take the corpse to the nearest medical examiner's office.
You didn't see him make a phone call? He's seen a cheap cell phone in the man's shirt pocket. Deputy Gomez sighs and pats Marina on the shoulder.
Anna Gomez has never liked Midnight, and its people are all guilty until proven innocent to her, no matter what her boss says.
But even Gomez can't hold the Midnighters responsible for this suicide, though she'd love to find a way. Gomez gives in to the prickling on her skin and turns to look around her, feeling the eyes on her.
The locals are awake and watching. Though this is surely a normal human reaction to a lot of lights and sirens late at night, it doesn't make her feel any more comfortable.
Midnight and its people give Gomez the creeps. But she has to admit, none of them approach her to ask questions, and none of them try to get close to catch a glimpse of the body. It never occurs to Anna Gomez that this is because they are all well aware of what a body looks like. Midnight Pawn was a very old store with wooden floors that creaked in a friendly way.
It was crowded with many curious items. The big open area at the front of the shop was hospitably full with chairs of all descriptions and ages, which made it a natural meeting place. The counter, with its high stool, was to the left, parallel to the wall. Normally, that was where Bobo sat when there were customers. But when there weren't, like tonight, Bobo sat in his favorite velvet chair. It was very old, and the velvet was worn, but Bobo found it comfortable and stylish.
He'd positioned it to give him a good view of his domain, from the loaded shelves that held the strange discards of the human race, to the display cases in which objects gleamed and glittered. There was a whole shelf of sanders, for example. And one of bubblegum machines. And jewelry, both real and fabulously fake. And there was one secluded corner full of magical items. Fiji Cavanaugh, the witch who lived across Witch Light Road, had suggested that Bobo let her inspect those before they were placed on display.
Tonight, Fiji came in first. She smiled at Bobo and found a place to sit where she could see everyone.
The witch, a brown-haired woman in her late twenties, was literally well rounded and had lovely skin, at least in part because she kept it protected from the Texas sun. The Rev and his ward, Diederik, took up chairs beside Fiji. The Rev was a sparse man; short in stature, short of words, thin and bony and dry. His thinning dark hair was combed straight back. The Rev always wore the same ensemble: He sported a string tie with a turquoise stone fixing it around his neck.
Wearing the same ensemble every day simplified his life. The Rev's companion, Diederik, provided a sharp contrast.
Diederik radiated health and vitality. The boy looked as though he were nineteen, perhaps entering college like Marina Desoto, but that wasn't so. Diederik had a broad olive face, wide violet eyes that slanted a bit, and thick dark hair. He was built like a wrestler, and he moved with grace.