[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”193700788X” locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51%2BebrLIAIL._SL160_.jpg” width=”106″]When Arlene returns to Merlotte’s to ask Sookie Stackhouse for her job back, Sookie can’t believe her nerve. It wasn’t so long before that Arlene conspired with friends to kill Sookie by hanging her on a cross. When Arlene is found the next morning in the dumpster behind the bar, Sookie is naturally the prime suspect. Can Sookie beat the rap that the police are so ardent to pin on her? As her life gets more complex, Sookie’s relationship with Eric is fizzling. Can they get their love back on track or are some things just not worth saving. [easyazon-link asin=”193700788X” locale=”us”]Dead Ever After: A Sookie Stackhouse Novel[/easyazon-link] is the final book in the Sookie Stackhouse series.
A List Actor, Josh Blake, is cursed with vivid dreams that seem to predict the future. When he sees a woman that has featured heavily in those dreams in a bookstore in Los Angeles, he can’t help but follow her to a park. The young woman is Dr. Maria Conti. Maria is fresh off of the plane from England and running from the painful loss of her parents and a cheating fiancé. Josh knows, courtesy of the dreams, that Maria is his future. Can he convince the love-shy Maria?
StrikeStone: Book III of the Dolvia Saga by Stella Atrium, a woman in traditional dress publically executed herself by setting herself on fire in front of the Governer’s mansion in far-away Cylay. Brianna Miller, a half-softcheeks and half-Dolviet woman and savior of the Gouleps (women ostracized from their families) is called to her homeland. Escorted by her cousin, Rufus and another warrior, Brianna collects students as she travels. Her extensive travel finds Dolvia ravaged by conflict and war and on the brink of something bigger than could have ever been imagined. StrikeStone: Book III of the Dolvia Saga is the third novel in the Dolvia series.
In The Story in the Stars by Yvonne Anderson, Dassa survives a horrible plague that kills everyone else on her planet. She knows that her life’s work is to one day repopulate her beautiful planet. To make that happen she needs the help of her enemy, Pik.
It’s 2065 and the world has changed. There are problems with overpopulation and expansion to space was expected to have already happened. In [easyazon-link asin=”B009SZOBIA” locale=”us”]LYCCYX Episode 1: Collector’s Edition[/easyazon-link], Captain Lucas Xander leads the Haven Project to the moon in an advance force for colonization when things go terribly wrong and an explosion along with a food additive his men have been ingesting turns those thought dead into hybrids calling themselves Hyans. The Hyans will have independence from earth—no matter the cost.
In Some Like it Hawk by Donna Andrews, the former mayor of the small town in which Meg Landslow lives mortgaged all of the public buildings and absconded with the cash. Local records clerk, Phineas Throckmorton, barricaded himself in a basement and has been there for a year surreptitiously helped by a few faithful locals. When one of the “Evil Lender’s” employees is killed by a shot that seemed to have come from the barricade, no one can tell the “Evil Lender” that Phinny has an alibi without giving away the supply game that the lender had recently stepped up efforts to crack by bringing in a PI and a Hawk to kill the barricaded Clerk’s pigeons. Can the townsfolk prove Phinny’s innocence without losing the buildings?
In The Woman Who Died a Lot by Jasper Fforde, the seventh Thursday Next novel, Thursday is semi-retired after the disbanding of SO-27 (and the attempt on her life). When SO-27 is brought back, she expects to be named to the head position, but instead finds herself asked to be Chief Librarian at the Wessex All You Can Eat at Fatso’s Drink not Included Library Service. Settling into her role, she finds that this simple library job isn’t as safe and mundane as it seems. Especially as the Goliath Corporation seems to still be determined to replace her with a Synthetic Thursday and they seem to be getting smarter about it. Will daughter, Tuesday, build an anti-smite shield that works before the deities big, scheduled, smiting of Swindon. Will Thursday be able to help son, Friday, find out why he and all of the other Chronoguard’s who got “Letters of Destiny” after the Chronoguard disbanded die so young? Will the fictional character that guards the house find out what happens in the “Dark Reading Matter” (where all book characters go when their books are destroyed)? This and more in The Woman Who Died A Lot: A Thursday Next Novel.
In The Fallen Angel by Daniel Silva, Gabriel Allon is called to the Vatican to restore a Caravaggio when a woman kills herself in St. Peter’s Basilica. Monsignor Luigi Donati, secretary to His Holiness Pope Paul VII, believes that her death is suspicious and, not wishing a scandal for the Vatican, asks Allon to investigate. The story, as Daniel Silva’s tales do, take us deep into a world of conspiracy and art theft to uncover the truth of why someone would want a Vatican antiquity specialist dead — and who hopes to kill Allon as well.
In Addicted to Love by C.J. West, Wes comes from a very wealthy family and has just sold his business and is now very wealthy and in need of a break. Before moving on to his next venture, he visits his parent’s summer home in the town in which he grew up and picks up with a local girl with whom he feels an obsessive attraction. When the local sheriff (and Wes’s neighbor) is brutally killed, seemingly by his own wife, Wes is appointed interim sheriff and must solve this case. Continue reading Addicted to Love by C.J. West
In Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris, Sookie Stackhouse, a human who can read human minds, finds her vampire boyfriend, Eric, drinking from a younger, prettier and thinner woman. Said younger, prettier and thinner woman is shortly thereafter found dead on Eric’s front lawn. Sookie must team up with Bill, the area five investigator (and her vampire ex-boyfriend), to solve the murder. Sookie soon finds out that she has a very devious enemy, and while she didn’t think the death of the young girl had to do with her, it’s really all about her. Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse/True Blood) is the twelfth book in the Sookie Stackhouse series.
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