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All the Dead Shall Weep

Magic meets the American West in the fifth installment of Harris’s delightful “Gunnie Rose” series, after The Serpent in Heaven.

The Serpent in Heaven

The fourth “Gunnie Rose” novel (after The Russian Cage) moves the setting from the rural west to an urban city, but contains just as much intrigue and action as the previous books.

An Easy Death

Best-selling author Harris's ("Sookie Stackhouse" and "Midnight Crossroad" series) latest thriller combines the supernatural elements she's known for with a dose of Western flair. It's a slow starter but an intriguing genre blend resulting in a mostly seamless read. Her fans won't be disappointed.

Sleep Like a Baby: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery

In her tenth outing (after All the Little Liars), Aurora Teagarden is tending her newborn but is laid low by the flu while her husband is at a conference...

All the Little Liars: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery

Harris's last Aurora Teagarden novel, Poppy Done to Death, was released over a decade ago; this ninth book jumps right back in to the story with ease. Fans can only hope that with the popularity of the Hallmark movies featuring Teagarden (currently there are two, corresponding to Books 1 and 2), Harris will continue to add to the series. [See Prepub Alert, 4/10/16; an October LibraryReads Pick.]

Night Shift

Small towns have proved fertile imaginary ground for the author of the "Sookie Stackhouse" books. While psychic Manfred was more of the focus of the first two installments, this time we get a closer look at the town's citizens, including Olivia, whose father seems to be seeking her out, bringing trouble to Midnight. [See Prepub Alert, 11/9/15.]

Day Shift

Public libraries have to purchase because fans will demand it, but it doesn't merit multiple copies.

Midnight Crossroad: A Novel of Midnight, Texas

As intimate and deep as the Stackhouse novels, but with a lighter load of gore and death, Harris's latest displays her skills at interweaving the lives of her characters. Recommended for those who prefer a mystery that perhaps calls for accepting the unbelievable and fantastical.

Dead Ever After

Recommended for paranormal fiction readers and fans of the series in particular. [The Ace hc was a New York Times best seller.—Ed.]

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