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Tag: charlaine harris


Day Shift

Day Shift is the second book in the Midnight, Texas series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. The residents of Midnight, Texas are not happy about the renovation of the old, abandoned hotel. It will bring strangers to the town,…


Midnight Crossroad

Midnight, Texas is a small town and the residents have their secrets. Manfred’s new in town but is warmly welcomed, although he’s unsure about the man holding his hand under the diner table. He soon learns that one member of the community is missing, but…


Everything begins at Midnight

Read the first four chapters of the new series by Charlaine Harris! You can also download in PDF form to make reading easier. Don’t forget to check out the #IWantItAtMidnight competition: The winner will spend the night in a fantastic hotel and have their copy…


Dead Ever After

Dead Ever After is the 13th and final book in the Sookie Stackhouse series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. There’s a devil in New Orleans; trading wishes for souls. Meanwhile, barmaid and now co-bar-owner, Sookie, is preparing for her…



This is the 12th, and penultimate, book in the Sookie Stackhouse series so this review may contain spoilers for previous books. “And I suppose, as usual, Bill will want to express his undying love that surpasses my love, as he’ll tell you – and Pam…

Crime Fiction

Shakespeare’s Christmas

Lily is looking forward to spending Christmas with Jack but first she must return to her home town, and the family she ran from, for her sister’s wedding. Before she leaves, she reads an article in the paper about unsolved crimes including a baby snatched…

Crime Fiction

Shakespeare’s Champion

Things have taken on a darker edge in the second instalment of the Lily Bard Mysteries. The town’s champion body builder is found dead at Marshall’s gym and all signs point away from accident. With that and the deaths of two others, one a young…

Crime Fiction

Shakespeare’s Landlord

Lily Bard chose the quiet Arkansas town of Shakespeare to escape as the name appealed to her on the map. She’s suffered in the past and wishes to keep it there, so she busies herself with her cleaning job and keeping out of trouble. Until…


Dead Reckoning

It’s very hard to review a book from a series without spoiling something that came earlier. Only this week I managed to ruin a series I hadn’t yet started by reading about a recent release. It’s OK though, I’ll bury it in my TBR until…