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Charlaine Harris

Charlaine Harris is an award winning, New York Times bestselling American author. She has been writing fiction for over thirty years and is perhaps best known for her long running Urban Fantasy series of Sookie Stackhouse novels, known as the Southern Vampire Mysteries. The series includes 13 novels, has sold millions of copies world-wide and has been turned into a critically acclaimed TV series called True Blood.

The majority of her novels manage to blend fantasy elements into a mystery style plot and focus strongly on characterisation.

Bibliography

Midnight, Texas Series
Sookie Stackhouse Series
  • Dead Until Dark (2001)
  • Living Dead in Dallas (2002)
  • Club Dead (2003)
  • Dead to the World (2004)
  • Dead as a Doornail (2005)
  • Definitely Dead (2006)
  • All Together Dead (2007)
  • From Dead to Worse (2008)
  • Dead and Gone (2009)
  • Dead in the Family (2010)
  • Dead Reckoning (2011)
  • Deadlocked (2012)
  • Dead Ever After (2013)
Aurora Teagarden Series
  • Real Murders (1990)
  • A Bone to Pick (1992)
  • Three Bedrooms, One Corpse (1994)
  • The Julius House (1995)
  • Dead Over Heels (1996)
  • A Fool And His Honey (1999)
  • Last Scene Alive (2002)
  • Poppy Done to Death (2003)
Lily Bard Series
  • Shakespeare's Landlord (1996)
  • Shakespeare's Champion (1997)
  • Shakespeare's Christmas (1998)
  • Shakespeare's Trollop (2000)
  • Shakespeare's Counselor (2001)
Harper Connelly Series
  • Grave Sight (2005)
  • Grave Surprise (2006)
  • An Ice Cold Grave (2007)
  • Grave Secret (2009)
Single Volumes
  • Sweet and Deadly (1981)
  • Blood Lite (2008)
  • Delta Blues (2010)
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