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Back From the Dead

Back From the Dead

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J. Barrington is an avid fan of the Sookie Stackhouse paranormal mysteries by Charlaine Harris, so much so, that waiting for the next book was not an option! This new story picks up at the end of book #9. Tune in weekly for the next installment of Back from the Dead.

Disclaimer ~ All publicly recognizable characters, settings, etc. are the property of their respective owners. The original characters and plot are the property of the author. The author is in no way associated with Charlaine Harris, Alan Ball, HBO, et al. No copyright infringement is intended.
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J. Barrington is an avid fan of the Sookie Stackhouse paranormal mysteries by Charlaine Harris, so much so, that waiting for the next book was not an option! This new story picks up at the end of book #9. Tune in weekly for the next installment of Back from the Dead.

Disclaimer ~ All publicly recognizable characters, settings, etc. are the property of their respective owners. The original characters and plot are the property of the author. The author is in no way associated with Charlaine Harris, Alan Ball, HBO, et al. No copyright infringement is intended.
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J. Barrington is an avid fan of the Sookie Stackhouse paranormal mysteries by CharlaineHarris, so much so, that waiting for the next book was not an option! This new story picks up at the end of book #9.Tune in weekly for the next installment of Back from the Dead. Disclaimer ~ All publiclyrecognizable characters, settings, etc. are the property of their respective owners. Theoriginal characters and plot are the property of the author. The author is in no wayassociated with Charlaine Harris, Alan Ball, HBO, et al. No copyright infringement isintended.
Back from the Dead…
Sookie Stackhouse fan fiction by J. BarringtonThe story thus far …The life of a telepath is no leisurely coast up the bayou.As a matter of fact, it’s more like falling overboard andwrestling with the alligators. 24/7, my mind was theinvoluntary recipient of the thoughts of most humanswithin close proximity. Fighting off the unwelcomeinnermost thoughts of others, my whole life, proved to be so challenging that most of thelocals labeled me as crazy. Then my eyes were opened to the mysterious world of thesupernatural also known as the Supes. Realizing that you are on the bottom of the Supefood chain, as well, is bound to put a negative spin on a gal’s Joie de Vivre.Bon Temps is a small, rural community on the northern tip of Louisiana, which is fast becoming a summit of Supernatural activity. I live on several acres of wooded land thathas belonged to the Stackhouses for over a hundred years and was left to me when mygrandmother died. My home is just as old and has been added on and improved over theyears but in the end, still looks like what it is, a farmhouse and I love it. My property has proven to be the nucleus of the Supe community and drawn creatures of every walk of life to my doorstep. Well, sort of.My journey began when vampires decided to “Come out of the Coffin” as they put it, andshow the world that they truly exist. This exposition was made on the heels of the mass production of a synthetic blood created by the Japanese called Trueblood. The world wasnow convinced that vampirism was a virus. The symptoms of the virus were sensitivity tosunlight, which led to complete incapacitation until sundown and severe anemia. The endresult: vampires organized themselves and flooded mainstream society touting thathumans were not in danger of vampires because they could now survive on synthetic blood.Less than a year ago, another group of Supes followed suit. The great Were Revelationconfirmed to the human world that the tales of werewolves and shape shifters were morethan just folklore. The most difficult part to accept was that these two-natured beings,

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