Bookshelf porn – Showcase 1

This is a single bookshelf above my computer desk area.


It contains:

Laurell K. Hamilton books :

Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series – In order of reading

Guilty Pleasures

The Laughing Corpse

Circus of the Damned

The Lunatic Cafe

Bloody Bones

The Killing Dance

Burnt Offerings

Blue Moon

Obsidian Butterfly

Narcissus in Chains

Cerulean Sins

Incubus Dreams


Danse Macabre

The Harlequin

Blood Noir

Skin Trade



Hit List

Kiss the Dead


I also own complete hardcover graphic novel editions that were published and contain the story line of first three books. From the books in Anitaverse I’m missing only those that were never published in paper form:

  1. Beauty: An Anita Blake Novella  – only Kindle edition published
  2. Dancing: An Anita Blake Novella – only Kindle edition published
  3. Shutdown: An Anita Blake Novella – special edition published by author on her web pages

Strange Candy – short stories collection (contains original Anita Blake short story “Those Who Seek Forgiveness”—the very first story featuring Blake—, “The Girl Who Was Infatuated with Death”, and other short stories)

Merry Gentry series – in order of reading (missing last one Shiver of Light and waiting for mass market paperback to come out )

A Kiss of Shadows

A Caress of Twilight

Seduced by Moonlight

A Stroke of Midnight

Mistral’s Kiss

A Lick of Frost

Swallowing Darkness

Divine Misdemeanors

Cravings  – short story anthology various authors (contains the first 3 chapters of Incubus Dreams )

Bite – short story anthology various authors (contains original Anita Blake short story “The Girl Who Was Infatuated with Death”—occurring between Blue Moon and Obsidian Butterfly)

Death of a DarklordRavenloft theme novel

Vicki Petterson books:

Sign of the Zodiac series

The Scent of Shadows: The First Sign of the Zodiac

The Taste of Night: The Second Sign of the Zodiac

Barb and J.C. Hendee books:

The Saga of the Noble Dead series 1


Thief of Lives

Sister of the Dead


I rearrange my bookshelves often and this is what it looked like at the time this was published.