Charlaine Harris' smash-hit Sookie Stackhouse sequence could have reached its end, however the international of Bon Temps, Louisiana, lives on during this all-new choice of 15 tales. Written by way of a killer lineup of authors, together with manhattan occasions best-sellers Rachel Caine, MaryJanice Davidson, Jonathan Maberry and Seanan McGuire, and with introductions learn via Charlaine herself, useless yet no longer Forgotten places your favourite characters heart stage.
The tales integrated in useless yet no longer Forgotten are:
"Nobody's Business" by way of Rachel Caine (featuring Kevin Pryor & Kenya Jones)
"Tyger, Tyger" by way of Christopher Golden (featuring Quinn)
"The actual Santa Claus" through Leigh Perry (featuring Diantha)
"Taproot" by means of Jeffrey J. Mariotte (featuring Andy Bellefleur)
"Knit a Sweater Out of Sky" by means of Seanan McGuire (featuring Amelia)
"Love Story" via Jeanne C. Stein (featuring Adele Hale Stackhouse)
"The Million-Dollar Hunt" through Jonathan Maberry (featuring Mustapha Khan)
"Borderline Dead" by means of Nicole Peeler (featuring Desiree Dumas)
"Extreme Makeover Vamp Edition" through Leigh Evans (featuring Bev & Todd)
"Don't Be Cruel" via invoice Crider (featuring Bubba)
"What a Dream I Had" via Nancy Holder (featuring Alcide Herveaux)
"Another lifeless Fairy" via Miranda James (featuring Claude & Claudia Crane)
"The Bat-Signal" by means of Suzanne McLeod (featuring Luna)
"The sunlight, The Moon, and The Stars" by means of Dana Cameron (featuring Pam Ravenscroft)
"Widower's Walk" through MaryJanice Davidson (featuring Eric Northman)
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I decided not to. It was probably building security calling to check up on the stranger who had walked in with a pet woolly mammoth. If I answered and Thomas wasn't here, they might get suspicious. More suspicious. If I let them eat answering machine, they'd still be uncertain. I waited. " It beeped again. A woman's voice poured out of the answering machine like warm honey. "Thomas," she said. She had a polyglot of a European accent, and pronounced his name "toe-moss," accent on the second syllable.
I opened the outer door with Thomas's key and marched to the elevators, Mouse walking smartly at heel. The doorman watched me, and I spotted two security cameras between the front door and the elevator. Security would have a pretty good idea who was a resident and who wasn't—and an extremely tall and gangly man in a black coat with nearly two hundred pounds of dog with him wouldn't be something they forgot. So I tried to stall them with body language, walking the walk of the impatient and confident in the hopes that it would make the security guys hesitate.
I was going to kill my brother later. "Of course not, sir," I assured him, trying to appear mollified and reluctantly willing to be gracious. I got out my wallet and handed him my driver's license. The cop glanced at it as it went by. "I'll be right back," he told me, and hustled toward the elevator. "Sorry about this," the cop told me. " "Not your fault, Officer," I told her. She regarded me thoughtfully for a moment. " I sighed. " "Not generally, no," she said. Her tone of voice stayed steady, her expression mild, but I knew a poker face when I saw one.
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