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Dead as a Doornail

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Charlaine Harris

Narrated By: Johanna Parker

Publisher: Recorded Books

Date: May 2005

Duration: 9 hours 38 minutes

Summary:

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Charlaine Harris has won an Anthony Award for her one-of-a-kind Sookie Stackhouse mystery series. Sookie—a Louisiana cocktail waitress, skilled telepath, and friend to vampires—has a dedicated fan base that grows larger every day. When Sookie realizes a deadly sniper might target her were-panther brother, she knows she must stop the mysterious assassin before the next full moon.
"The goofy charm of Harris's world, with its humor and occasional terror, is what makes [this] so delightful."—The Denver Post

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  • Kayla Pries

    I love these books, ive read them many times. Johanna Parker's over excitement sometimes bothers me but i can imagine sookie speaking in that couce so its ok. Huge fan.

  • Bunty Ong

    Very good. The character, Sookie Stackhouse is very interesting. The narrator, Johanna Parker reads very well.

  • Nagini

    After the being dissapointed with Anne Rice ending her vampire series I was left with no more vampire books to read, none really worthwhile anyway UNTIL True Blood started playing on HBO, which i totally LOVED, then I noticed it was based on books!!! WOOHOO i thought i'd hit the jackpot! I immediately scoured the local libraries and was immediately smitten with these books! I'm glad they're also on audio, since I drive quite a lot i can have Sookie, Bill and Eric for riding companions! I hope you all enjoy these books as much as I have.

  • Susan Tortorici

    It's the reason I read. I was entertained and sucked right into Sookie's life. I'm not the only neurotic and it was fun.

  • Colleen Anderson

    Excellent book I would recommend to any of my friends

  • Anonymous

    I rented this book because it had 5 stars. Big mistake. Worst book I have ever listened to. I'm not opposed to strip malls, tract-houses and I certainly could not live without my cellphone.But please, the author treated her audience like they were lobotomized drugged out zombies who would happily listen to any drool. I listened to the whole thing and it was very painful. The person reading it added to the pain.

  • Pamela Bennett

    Fast paced and easy to follow. Excellent reader and story. I did not want it to end.

  • Anonymous

    This is the first book in this series I've read. I really enjoyed it. Now I need to get the rest of the series. I enjoyed Soukie and her friends.