Science fiction and fantasy
Charlaine HarrisCharlaine Harris is an American author of various urban fantasy novels and short stories, including the Sookie Stackhouse series and the Harper Connelly books.
Book ReviewsGrave Sight
Harper Connolly is especially good at detecting the dead, and not only because of the way they smell.
Released in 2005.
Sookie is upset when her vampire boyfriend grows distant and keeps secrets from her. When he goes missing to another state it could be the last straw for their relationship. The third in the Sookie Stackhouse series.
Released in 2003.
Living Dead In Dallas
Sookie is in the middle of investigating a murder when she is sent to Dallas to help a group of vampires find one of their own. The second novel in the Sookie Stackhouse series.
Released in 2002.
Dead Until Dark
Sookie Stackhouse can read minds. But can she uncover the identity of a murderer before she becomes the next victim?
Released in 2001.
Sookie is in danger when an old enemy is released from jail and attacks take place at her home and place of work. The eleventh Sookie Stackhouse novel.
Sookie faces intense family problems when her awkward supernatural relatives turn up. The tenth Sookie Stackhouse novel.
Werewolves and shifters announce their presence to the world, whilst Sookie learns more about her distant relatives. The ninth Sookie Stackhouse novel.
The vampire community is on the brink of imploding after a major disaster leaves a power vacuum, whilst werewolves are being picked off. The eighth Sookie Stackhouse novel.
Sookie attends a vampire summit, where her telepathic skills put her in high demand and in danger. The seventh Sookie Stackhouse novel.
Sookie goes to New Orleans to clear the house of her deceased vampire cousin, and gets embroiled in a deadly political intrigue. The sixth Sookie Stackhouse novel.
A sniper targets the local shifter community, and Jason Stackhouse comes under suspicion. Sookie has until the next full moon to prove her brother is innocent. The fifth Sookie Stackhouse book.
When Eric Northman turns up naked and missing his memory and his usual personality, Sookie feels bound to take him in, even though she knows it will get her in trouble. The fourth in the Sookie Stackhouse series.
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