After exploring the world and being steeped in the mysticism of Nepal, Nora Hesper dove into investigative reporting using her shadow skills as a brutal vigilante.
Author: Charlaine Harris
A tidy-up of what happened to the characters from the Sookie Stackhouse series, and Harris hopes it satisfies all those readers who wondered What Came Next
An anthology of 15 short stories revolving around the theme of games — and there’s some mighty fine stretching in here! There are also some mighty fine authors who are new to me in here as well. That TBR pile looks to be fallin’ over…aiyeeee…
An anthology of — appropriately — thirteen educational, creepy tales in the supernatural. Series: “Playing Possum” (Sookie Stackhouse, 11.2; GR says 17) “Callie Meet Happy” (Calliope Reaper-Jones, 4.5 (or 1.5??)) “Golden Delicious” (Jane Yellowrock, 4.2) “Magic Tests” (Kate Daniels, 5.5) “Bad Hour” (Remy Chandler, 2.5) “Pirate Dave and the Captain’s Ghost” (Pirate Dave, 2) The Stories Charlaine Harris’ “Playing Possum” finds Sookie being the good auntie and bringing cupcakes to Hunter’s kindergarten class for his birthday. Only she and Hunter are trapped between the car and the school by a raving psychotic who wants to kill. This is a good one combining events that have happened in real life and making you wish there were more telepaths in the world. Jonathan Maberry’s “Spellcaster 2.0” is full of sarcasm and arrogance which melts into belief. Nothing like a good look at what’s behind the curtain to make you humble as Trey LaSalle finds out when it comes to the debut of Spellcaster 2.0 for the anthropology department. This one is good! I’m putting Maberry’s name down in my TBR pile! Donald Harstad’s “Academy Field Trip” is sneaky and creepy! Harstad did a marvelous job of leading you in and on until […]
An anthology of 15 short stories within the paranormal / urban fantasy worlds revolving around home improvement.
An anthology of five vampire stories ranging from the erotic to the careful.
An anthology with four short tales of devil dogs in these hound-eat-hound worlds, where anything goes…and everything bites by Charlaine Harris, Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, and Meljean Brook.
An interesting anthology of thirteen short stories revolving around a theme of paranormals going on a “normal” vacation.
Three short stories in the paranormal romance genre by Barbara Hamblyn, Maggie Shayne, and Charlaine Harris.