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Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris
May 31, 2011 - Amy Phelps
New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris brings another story about Sookie Stackhouse, the book series in which the HBO television series, "True Blood" was based on in "Dead Reckoning."
This time, Sookie is having problems with the vengeful sister of Debbie Pelt. When Sandra Pelt attacks Merlottes and causes a fire, that's only the beginning of a trying time for Sookie. Her vampire boyfriend/husband, Eric, is having trouble with another vampire named Victor who is bidding for his power, and there is a tension between Eric and his "daughter," Pam, not only because he won't allow her to turn her lover, but there is something else, something that involves Sookie. Add in Sookie's recent revelation about her family and fairies, with more revelations being brought to light daily, and Sookie has more than her hands full. Can she stop Victor from hurting her vampire friends, Sandra from hurting her, and sorting out what the relationship between she and Eric really is? Will Sookie be left heartbroken or nursing broken bones? And why does her fairy cousin and great-uncle feel the need to stay so close by?
For fans of Sookie Stackhouse, this book is a must have to see what's going on now in the life of their favorite heroine. It doesn't seem like Sookie's in for an easy time, whether its romantically or enemy-wise for a long time to come.
"Dead Reckoning" is published by Ace. It is $27.95 and 325 pages long.
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