By Charlaine Harris
A profitable secret assortment edited by way of number one New York Times bestselling writer Charlaine Harris—featuring an unique Sookie Stackhouse story.
night is the suitable time for the ideal crime—especially within the realm of the magical. that includes interesting, scary, and occasionally humorous tales by means of secret Writers of the US together with Carolyn Hart, Barbara D'Amato, Margart Maron, Max Allan Collins and Mickey Spillane, and Elaine Viets, Crimes through Moonlight is your portal to the darkish part and all its wonders.
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Like I said,” Gorman went on, “I lost a lot of sleep thinking it over. I looked at their friends, but they didn’t have many and none in common. I looked at people in the town they might all have had contact with, a minister, maybe, or a postman. Nothing there. Early on I’d looked at the routes they’d all taken on the night of their disappearance and didn’t see anything of interest. ” The young woman’s voice came through the window again, and her song was like a soft rope wrapping itself around D’Angelo’s heart and pulling it to her.
It was a measure of Dahlia’s reputation that no one sniggered. Cedric strolled through, carrying a pipe and wearing a smoking jacket. Taffy rolled her eyes at Dahlia. ” he said. ” “Good luck. ” Every vampire froze. “You must bring them back alive,” Cedric said. “I know you want to have fun with them. In fact, I’d planned to ask you to bring me one to play with. But I’ve gotten a phone call from the chief of police, who said ... and I think this is interesting ... ” None of the vampires cast guilty looks at each other—they were all much too seasoned for that.
You neither,” D’Angelo said. ” The old man’s grip tightened on the shotgun. “Nebraska,” D’Angelo said. ” The old man leaned forward. “Son, it’s not ham you came for. ” “About what? ” “Last name’s D’Angelo. ” “I’m a newspaper reporter, Mr. Gorman. ” “No one cares about Hixton. ” He was more than seventy, with a face parched by the sun. The squint of his eyes may also have been due to the sun, but D’Angelo thought not. “Ah, what the hell,” Gorman finally said, and beckoned his visitor forward.