Sookie Stackhouse 8-copy Boxed Set (Sookie Stackhouse / Southern Vampire)
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Cocktail waitress Sookie Stackhouse is no typical Southern belle. She can read minds. And she’s got a thing for vampires. Which, in a town like Bon Temps, Louisiana, means she’ll have to watch her back—and neck...
This boxed set includes:
Dead Until Dark
Living Dead in Dallas
Dead to the World
Dead as a Doornail
All Together Dead
From Dead to Worse
And with HBO launching an all-new show, True Blood, based on the Southern Vampire novels, the demand for Charlaine Harris and Sookie Stackhouse will be bigger than ever.
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queer bloodsucker. We’re so deep underground that he’s been waking up early. So I thought I might just put you in there with him, while I have me a little fun with the female traitor, here.” And Gabe smiled at me in a way that made my stomach lurch. Hugo’s face was a picture. A real picture. Several things crossed my mind, pertinent things to say. I forewent the doubtful pleasure. I needed to save my energy. One of my Gran’s favorite adages popped into my mind irresistibly as I looked at Gabe’s
just like Headline News. “Sookie!” called a voice. Startled out of my dreary round of thoughts, I looked around to see that Janice was waving at me out of the door of her shop, on the other side of the street. I’d unconsciously walked the direction I knew. I waved back at her. “Come on over!” she said. I went down to the corner and crossed with the light. The shop was busy, and Jarvis and Corinne had their hands full with customers. “Christmas parties tonight,” Janice explained, while her
and put his foot parallel to the vampire’s. He whistled, which made Eric jump. “Big feet,” Jason commented, and flashed me a look. “Is the old saying true?” I smiled at him. He was trying to lighten the atmosphere. “You may not believe me, but I don’t know.” “Kind of hard to swallow . . . no joke intended. Well, I’m gone,” Jason said, nodding to Eric. In a few seconds, I heard his truck speeding around the curves in the driveway, through the dark woods. Night had fallen completely. “I’m sorry
mentioned the Weres were heading our way, too. Colonel Flood went on, “Sam called me on my cell to tell me where he figured they were heading when they walked out of his bar. I decided an isolated place like the Compton house would be a good place to get them. We were able to park our cars in the cemetery and change, so we got there just in time. But they caught our scent early.” The colonel glared at Sid. Apparently, the younger Were had jumped the gun. “So they got away,” I said, trying to
testing the waters. “She’s our mom’s good friend.” “Is that right?” “Yes, and she says you don’t send her flowers,” Lisa said. For once, her little voice was crystal clear. I was so glad to realize that Lisa had gotten over her little problem with her r’s. Really. Bill looked sideways at me. I shrugged. “Well, they asked me,” I said helplessly. “Hmmm,” he said thoughtfully. “I’ll have to mend my ways, Lisa. Thank you for pointing that out to me. When is Aunt Sookie’s birthday, do you know?”