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Living Dead in Dallas by Charlaine Harris.

Living Dead in Dallas

Title: Living Dead in Dallas.
Author: Charlaine Harris.
Genre: Fiction, fantasy, romancw, chick lit, horror.
Country: U.S.
Language: Japanese.
Publication Date: March, 2002.
Summary: The adventures of telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse of Bon Temps, Louisiana, as she is employed by Eric, the Viking leader of the Dallas vampires, to use her telepathy to help find their lost companion. Sookie agrees to help investigate the whereabouts of the missing vampire on one condition: any humans found to be involved must be turned over to human law enforcement, rather than subjected to vampire justice. In Dallas Sookie Stackhouse has her first encounter with the anti-vampire organization "The Fellowship of the Sun", as well as meeting and learning of the existence of werewolves.

My rating: 8/10

♥ The ancient vampire, who looked no more than thirty-five, was standing exactly where we'd left her. Here at the Silent Shore Hotel, Isabel felt free to be her vampire self, which included immobile downtime. People fidget. They are compelled to look engaged in an activity, or purposeful. Vampires can just occupy space without feeling obliged to justify it.
Tags: 1st-person narrative, 2000s, 21st century - fiction, american - fiction, chick lit, crime, fantasy, fiction, mystery, romance, sequels, sookie stackhouse, vampire fiction, werewolf fiction

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