My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Another entertaining story set in Midnight, Texas, a town that's a lot like Mayberry--if Mayberry had vampires, witches, weres, angels, assassins and things that go bump in the night.
We're still in the Sookie Stackhouse universe, but with characters who lead much more mundane and ordinary lives, eschewing vampire and were politics (for the most part) and keeping to themselves. But now something is drawing people to the crossroads at Midnight to commit suicide. The residents have to figure out what's amiss, hide a few bodies, and some will make life decisions long overdue.
I recommend reading the other books first, but it easily stands on its own.
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