Dead and Gone, by Charlaine Harris; copyright 2009 by Charlaine Harris, Inc.; ISBN 978-0-441-01851-2.
This is the ninth Sookie Stackhouse novel, if I'm counting correctly.
Random musings on books, code, and tabletop games.
Confessions of a Demon, by S. L. Wright, copyright 2009; ISBN 978-0-451-46232-0.
This is the first book about Allay, but I read it second.
Unholy Ghosts, by Stacia Kane; copyright 2009 by Stacey Fackler; ISBN 978-00345-511557-5.
The first Chess Putnam novel. I like the paranormal post-apocalypse world of this novel, and the main character's damaged view of things.
Embrace the Night, by Karen Chance; copyright 2008; ISBN 979-0-451-46199-5.
The fourth novel in the Cassie Palmer series.
Viper Moon, by Lee Roland, copyright 2011 by Margie Lee Roland; ISBN 978-0-451-23376-9.
A novel of the Earth Witches.
I'd have liked some more with these characters.
Skinwalker, by Faith Hunter, copyright 2009; ISBN 978-0-451-46280-0.
The 1stJane Yellowrock novel.
I really enjoyed this one.
Halfway to the Grave, by Jeaniene Frost, copyright 2007; ISBN 978-0-06-124508-4.
The first in the Night Huntress series; the main character is Cat Crawfield.
One Foot in the Grave, by Jeaniene Frost, copyright 2008; ISBN 978-0-06-124509-1.
The second in the Night Huntress.
The Forgotten Beasts of Eld, by Patricia A. McKillip, copyright 1974; ISBN 0-425-06595-2.
This was the first book by Patricia A. McKillip that I remember reading, I think, and though it was The Riddlemaster of Hed that really confirmed McKillip as my favorite author at the time, this book certainly contributed to my liking. I find McKillip's writing lyrical and her settings evocative.
Hellflower, by Eluki bes Shahar, copyright 1991; ISBN 0-88677-475-6.
Book 1 of the Hellflower series, featuring one of my favorite characters, Butterflies are Free St. Cyr, guilty of one of the most heinous crimes in the galaxy: being a Librarian.
Darktraders, by Eluki bes Shahar, copyright 1992; ISBN 0-88677-507-8.
Book 2 of the Hellflower series.
Archangel Blues, by Eluki bes Shahar, copyright 1993; ISBN 0-88677-543-4.
Nightshade, by Michelle Rowen; copyright 2011 by Michelle Rouillard; ISBN 978-0-425-23982-7.
The first of a series about Jillian Conrad and Declan Reyes.