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Author: Charlaine Harris
Number of Pages: 336
Date of Publication: May 1, 2007
5 stars: Sookie’s back again
This is the seventh book in the Southern Vampire Series (Dead Until Dark (Southern Vampire Mysteries, Bk. 1), Living Dead in Dallas (Southern Vampire Mysteries, Bk. 2), Club Dead (Southern Vampire Mysteries, Bk. 3), Dead to the World (Southern Vampire Mysteries, Bk. 4), Dead as a Doornail (Southern Vampire Mysteries), Definitely Dead (Southern Vampire Mysteries)). Our favorite telepath is back again is this new adventure. I couldn’t put it down!
We deal mostly with Vampire politics in this book, as opposed to the Were community. Sookie is hired by the queen of Louisiana to assist her at an important summit. Guess who else gets to go? Quinn, Eric, and Bill to name a few. We also learn why everyone seems so impressed by Quinn, and its not just because he’s a pretty face.
I quite enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it! I was also delighted to see a cameo by Blue Moon dancers Sean and Layla. If you’d like to read more about them, check out the anthology Night’s Edge. Charlaine Harris is one of three contributing authors in that book, and Sean and Layla’s story is a great one.
If you’d like to read more by Charlaine Harris. I recommend the Aurora Teagarden series. (Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery, Bk. 1, ‘A Bone to Pick’, ‘Three Bedrooms, One Corpse’, ‘The Julius House’, ‘Dead Over Heels’, ‘Fool and His Honey’, ‘Last Scene Alive’, ‘Poppy Done to Death’)