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Another book about vampires, but this one has shape-shifters, werewolves/panthers and fairies in it. (And.... No, the fairies are not Cicely Mary Baker types, they have quite an attitude.)

The book opens with Sookie, the main character, dropping of her brother in a village where werepanthers live for the first full-moon after his "conversion".
The man she leaves her brother with gets shot. Sookie finds this out the next day in her workplace. The book is liberally sprinkled with "supernatural" beings, some openly recognised by the authorities, others still hiding their existence.
One thing I will say, this book is supposedly a romance......if it is, the person who classed it as romance has a very strange idea of what is romantic.
I'll share the bumph with you.

Sookie Stackhouse enjoys her life, mostly. She's a great cocktail waitress in a fun bar; she has a love life, albeit pretty complicated, and most people have come to terms with her telepathy.
Problem is, Sookie wants a quiet life, but things just seem to happen to her.
Now her brother Jason's eyes are starting to change: he's about to turn into a werepanther for the first time. She could deal with that, but her normal sisterly concern turns to cold fear when a sniper sets his sights on the local changeling population..... not just because Jason's at risk, but because his new were-brethren suspect he may be the shooter.
Sookie has until the next full moon to find out who's behind the attacks - unless the killer decides to find her first.

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