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The Sookie Stackhouse Companion
Johanna Parker, Christina Moore, Brian Hutchison, and others
Length: 9 hrs and 55 mins
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Visit Bon Temps, the small Louisiana town that Sookie calls home. Examine all the branches of Sookie's family tree, and eavesdrop of the private conversations between rival vampires Eric and Bill. Also, enjoy the compelling audiobook Small Town Wedding, in which Sookie accompanies Sam to his brother's wedding in Texas, where happily ever after seems very far away....
Sadie Wagner has always been devoted to her family. So when her stepfather is injured and can't work, she decides to leave home and accept a position as a clerk at the mercantile in Goldtree, Kansas. Goldtree also offers the opportunity to use her God-given singing talent - though the promised opera house is far different from what she imagined. With her family needing every cent she can provide, Sadie will do anything to keep her job.
With echos of The Lovely Bones, this haunting debut by Southern author Anna Michaels is sure to capture listeners’ attentions. When young rodeo star Pony Jones is found dead in the woods of Alabama, Jo Beth Dawson - a former detective grappling with alcoholism - feels inexplicably drawn to the case. Together, Jo Beth and Pony’s grief-stricken father, Titus, search for clues - any clues - that could unmask the killer.
When Todd travels to Virginia to bring his widowed mother to his Texas farm, illness alters his plan. Maggie makes a living by selling soaps and perfumes, using old family recipes. Marriage is the farthest thing from her mind—until Todd shows up on her porch, seeking help for his ailing mother. Maggie’s heart skips a beat. And when the handsome Texan proposes to her, life suddenly begins to change for the dark-haired beauty.
In this enthralling tale, schoolmarm Edythe Amsel arrives in 1882 Nebraska with lofty goals. Soon her teaching methods—and her views on women’s rights—ruffle feathers. Only Joel Townsend speaks in support of the teacher who’s won the affection of his nephews. But when Miss Amsel reveals her deepest beliefs, he can no longer defend her—even if she’s stolen his heart.