Night Shift by Charlaine Harris
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels – ‘the Mark Twain of things that live under your bed’ – comes a new novel of Midnight, Texas, the town where some secrets will never see the light of day . . .
Welcome to the most intriguing mystery you’ll read this year.
Welcome to Midnight, Texas.
At Midnight’s local pawnshop, weapons are flying off the … More
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