Club Dead

Club Dead

Book - 2003
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Sookie's boyfriend Bill has been cool and distant lately. When he leaves on a mysterious special assignment, his sinister, sexy boss Eric steers Sookie toward Jackson, Mississippi, where she mingles with the under-underworld at Club Dead and, when she finally discovers Bill involved in an act of serious betrayal, she's not sure whether to save him or sharpen some stakes.
Publisher: New York : Ace Books, [2003]
Copyright Date: ©2003
ISBN: 9780441010516
0441010512
9780441019106
0441019102
9780606121521
0606121528
Branch Call Number: PS3558.A6427 C58 2003
PS3558.A6427 C58 2003
Characteristics: 292 pages ; 18 cm

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Cathie1216 Nov 12, 2015

Read this book; read the whole series. Most of the books, in series, were very good. I loved how they added different immortals.. That there weren't just vampires; you also had werewolves and shape-shifters and fairies.

minahcole Nov 08, 2015

well i havent read it yet but i will looks interesting .

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vollans
Jul 17, 2012

Love this series! Quick, easy, fun read.

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abiery
Oct 20, 2011

No vampire story is complete without at least one werewolf, and Alcide makes for a good one. I especially liked how he and Sookie function as a team. However, I am starting to wonder how much horrible bodily trauma Sookie can sustain - it's getting a little ridiculous.

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hardkorelish
Apr 10, 2011

Third novel about the ficitional telepath Sookie Stackhouse. When trouble arises and William Compton goes missing its Miss Stackhouse to the rescue - regardless of her thoughts of Bill's betrayal. We meet the wonderful Alcide Herveaux who aides her in her search as well as Russell Edgington - a vampire King from Mississippi. Drama ensues.

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redwallflower
Sep 07, 2010

I think that I liked this book more than the previous two. It was still exactly what I expected it to be, a good, campy distraction. Looking forward to the rest of the series and am enjoying that the HBO series is not exactly the same.

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WardenofMagick
Aug 26, 2010

This book introduces a new kind of Supe. And it advances the overall storyline a lot as well! Worth reading for Sookie's character development.

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jamlet
Feb 11, 2010

The Sookie Stackhouse series is amazing. I love them all. Great read, some clean `sex` and everyone`s favorite - Vamps!!

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Bells
Feb 04, 2010

There's a lot of things I don't like about these books- they're without substance, they feature a dumb blond and the strong men she needs protect her, the whole vampire part grosses me out at times, and they're basically a harlequin romance with vampires. That being said, I'm still reading them- they are pretty addictive.

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JStarkForLife
Dec 13, 2009

omg i want to rad this book soo badly man the person who has this book seriously you are the slowest reader on earth pick up the pace here i am literally dying of excitement

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