List of True Blood Books

Complete List of True Blood Books

If you’ve watched the True Blood series on HBO you would probably love reading the fictional series they’re based on, the True Blood vampire books featuring the Sookie Stackhouse character by Charlaine Harris. These books are part of Harris’s Southern Vampire Mystery series and they’re even more engrossing than the HBO television series itself.

Here is a complete list of the True Blood books with Sookie Stackhouse.  There are also some other books by Charlaine Harris that feature some of the same characters.

List of Sookie Stackhouse Books from the True Blood Series

dead until darkBook 1: Dead Until Dark
Meet Sookie Stackhouse, a plucky waitress working in the small town of Bon Temps, Louisiana. She’s thrilled about meeting her first vampire but this is short-lived because someone (or something) has started killing several of the local women in the community.
Book 2: Living Dead in Dallas
When a vampire asks Sookie Stackhouse to use her telepathic skills to find a missing vampire in Dallas, she agrees under one condition: the vampires must promise not to kill any of the humans involved. Little does she know that her own life may be in danger.
Book 3: Club Dead
Sookie’s boyfriend has been very distant. As in “where the heck is he?” distant.  You know how men can be.   Now she’s off to Mississippi to locate him and find out what he’s up to. What started out as a straightforward mission soon turns into an adventure chock full of complications and surprises.
Book 4: Dead to the World
When cocktail waitress Sookie Stackhouse sees a naked man on the side of the road, she doesn’t just drive on by- she tries to help. Turns out the poor thing hasn’t a clue who he is. Unfortunately, in order to restore his memory the incomparable Sookie has to go up against a merciless group of spell casters.
Book 5: Dead As a Doornail
Something weird is happening to Sookie’s womanizing brother Jason. Even worse, looks like someone is dead set on killing off members of the local supernatural community, and the local authorities have decided that Jason is the prime suspect for the murders.
Book 6: Definitely Dead
There’s a new man in Sookie’s life and also a new problem: she just inherited everything from her recently undead cousin, who died under mysterious circumstances. Unfortunately, her sleuthing leads to a potentially deadly meeting with the Vampire Queen of Louisiana.  Uh oh, better watch out.
Book 7: Altogether Dead
Sookie is asked to attend a vampire summit and serve as a sort of telepathic bodyguard. However, once there, she has to make a decision as to which side she’ll stand with; perhaps there’s more to this vampire story of revenge than she’s been led to believe.
Book 8: From Dead To Worse
After a deadly disaster at the vampire summit Sookie is all too eager to have things back too normal again. But when she returns home she learns that there’s unrest within both the werewolf and vampire communities. This book has great romantic tension and supernatural action!
Book 9: Dead And Gone
When a certain supernatural race decides to “come out of the closet” our favorite protagonist tries to help stop the violence. However there’s a new group of creatures in town and they’re bigger and badder than anything Bon Temps has ever seen.
Book 10: Dead In The Family
Sookie’s love life is going well even though she’s still angry and a bit sad about recent violence events. However, while she attempts to help some of her friends a group of baddies make plans to carry out their grudges against her.

Book 11: Dead Reckoning
Sookie witnesses an attack on Merlotte’s and partners with Sam to find the culprit – and the twisted motive for the attack. Meanwhile, Eric and Pam aren’t happy with their new master – and plan to do something about it.  Whatever will happen next?

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