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Gray, Mark Robert: Mark Robert is the son of Merlotte’s waitress Danielle. (Mentioned LDID, DD, ATD, FDTW, DAG)
Green, Dawn: Dawn works as a barmaid at Merlotte’s and is fairly easy with all males, both human and vampire. She does not object to being filmed during sex, and she enjoys it rough. Her body is found when Sam asks Sookie to stop by Dawn’s apartment to check on her. (Dies DUD)
Gregory (vampire): No last name given. Gregory, known by Eric and Ocella, had to be staked after being infected by maenad Phryne’s madness at the Halloween Massacre of 1876 in St. Petersburg. (Deceased; mentioned LDID, DITF)
Griesniki, Milos (vampire): A recent immigrant from the old country, Milos Griesniki gets a job bartending at Fangtasia and immediately begins to pry into the financial matters of Eric and the bar. When Eric calls for the Lord of Darkness to reveal himself at Fangtasia’s Dracula Night party, Milos claims to be Vlad Tepes III, aka Dracula, and announces that he plans to stay on at Fangtasia for a year, expecting not only tribute, tithe, and vampire servants but also fresh blood from the source, with Sookie being his first meal. He attempts to glamour Sookie to obey him but is tricked by her into revealing his lack of knowledge of the burial place of the real Dracula. Staked by Sookie, Milos flakes away even as Eric and Pam defend her actions to the other attending vampires, stating that, as Milos was not really Dracula, it was he who committed a crime by pretending to be their founder, not Sookie. (Dies DN)
Gristede, Mrs.: No first name given. Mrs. Gristede’s class meets in the Pony Room at the Red Ditch kindergarten. (DR)
Guglielmi, Antonio “Dago”: Dago works on the road crew with Catfish and Jason and frequents Merlotte’s with his friends. (DTTW, DAAD, DD)
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Hair of the Dog: Owned by Were Amanda Whatley and catering to shifters of all kinds, the Hair of the Dog is located in an old brick storefront near Centenary College, just off Kings Highway in Shreveport. The door is warded by a top of the line go away spell that causes any humans who approach to have an uncontrollable urge to turn around and leave, and only the aura of a shifter can negate the spell for a human until he or she is inside. After Quinn and Sookie are attacked by bitten Weres on their first date, Quinn takes her to the Hair of the Dog to inform the Shreveport pack. One of the employees at the club that night is Jannalynn Hopper, whom Sam eventually starts dating. When Amanda is killed in the Were war, the bar passes to Alcide, who retains Jannalynn as manager. (DD; mentioned FDTW, DITF, DR)
Hale, Bartlett: Adele’s brother, Bartlett, takes advantage of his family connections to molest Adele’s daughter, Linda; Linda’s daughter, Hadley; and Sookie. He is forbidden to come to the house after Sookie manages to tell Adele what has happened. Bartlett is killed by persons unknown shortly after Sookie tells Bill of her abuse at her great uncle’s hands. He leaves Sookie money. (Dies DUD; mentioned DD, FDTW, DITF)
Hallow’s coven members (shifters): Hallow’s coven is made up of shifters, all of whom also drink vampire blood. They follow her lead as she makes her play for the assets of both Eric and Area Five, and seeks to destroy the Long Tooth pack. (DTTW)
Hanson, Mrs.: No first name given. Mrs. Hanson has had two car accidents since signing with John Robert Briscoe’s insurance agency. (L)
Happy Cutter, the: Three blocks from the Genuine Magic Shop in the French Quarter is the Happy Cutter, a unisex hair salon where Bob Jessup gets a job when he returns to New Orleans. (Mentioned DR)
Hardaway, Cleo: Cleo runs the high school cafeteria during the day and attends orgies with her husband at night. They are infected with maenad Callisto’s madness and die together at the lake house with Jan Fowler and Mike Spencer. (Dies LDID)
Hardaway, Tom: Tom and his wife, Cleo, attend the orgy at the lake house, where Sookie is able to read in Tom’s mind their involvement in the death of Lafayette Reynold. Both Tom and Cleo fall victim to maenad Callisto’s madness, dying on the porch with Jan Fowler and Mike Spencer. (Dies LDID)
Harley Davidson dealership: No name given. A motorcycle dealership owned by Patrick Furnan. It not only sells Harley Davidsons but also does repairs and sells parts and accessories that bike riders need, such as saddlebags, riding leathers, helmets, and goggles, along with a stock of T shirts and other authorized items with the H D insignia. (Mentioned DAAD, FDTW)
Harrow, Matthew: Newscaster Matthew watches nervously as Patricia Crimmins announces the existence of shifters and changes into her werewolf form on camera. (DAG)
Hart, Ginjer (panther): Mel Hart’s ex wife, Ginjer, occasionally stops by Merlotte’s for a margarita. According to Mel, their marriage didn’t work out because they both had unconventional sexual interests. (DAG)
Hart, Mel (panther): One of the rare local panthers who chooses to live outside Hotshot, Mel Hart rents a duplex from Sam and works at Bon Temps Auto Parts. When Jason’s best friend, Hoyt, becomes engaged to Holly Cleary, Mel takes his place in Jason’s life. They go to bars, work on their cars–all the things guys do when they’re hanging out. But Mel has a secret. He left Hotshot when he was unable to fulfill his duty to the pack by producing a full panther child with his now ex wife, Ginjer. Mel is gay, and he has fallen in love with Jason. He stops by to see Jason one day, but he’s not home. Crystal arrives and taunts him sexually. He slaps her in a fit of anger. Thinking she’s dead, he tosses her into his truck and goes into Jason’s house for a drink to calm his nerves. When he returns, Crystal is gone. He is as surprised as everyone else when her body is found on the cross in Merlotte’s parking lot. Dermot knows what really happened and goes to Jason’s house later to confront Mel, but he is unable to clearly communicate what went on and throws Mel across the room, calling him a killer. Sookie realizes the implication of Dermot’s visit to Jason and his attack on Mel and confronts Mel at Jason’s house after notifying Calvin. Mel admits his guilt and accepts his fate at the hands of his packmaster, Jason, Crystal’s sister Dawn, and their first cousin Jacky. (Dies DAG)
Harvey (unknown): No last name given. Harvey searches Bill’s house for the database but comes up empty handed. (Mentioned CD)
Hawk shifter: No name given. A hawk narrowly misses the ceiling fan at Josephine’s while flying away after shifting when Sookie is staked. (CD)
Hebert, Arthur (wolf): Arthur was the packleader of the St. Catherine Parish Weres. After his death, his wife, Priscilla, looks for a new place for her pack. (Deceased; mentioned FDTW)
Hebert, Priscilla (wolf): Widow of the St. Catherine Parish Were packmaster, Priscilla seeks a new home for her remaining pack after the destruction of Hurricane Katrina. Her attempt to instigate a war between Patrick Furnan and Alcide by killing females of the Long Tooth pack almost succeeds but is derailed when Sookie arranges a meeting between the two Weres. Even though Cal Myers, supposedly loyal to Furnan, is identified as Maria Star Cooper’s killer, both men accept that neither ordered the deaths of Maria Star, Libby Furnan, and Christine Larrabee. Cal is revealed as Priscilla’s half brother. As the Weres battle it out in wolf form, Priscilla kills Amanda and then is killed by Sam, who has wisely changed into a lion instead of a collie. (Dies FDTW)
Heffernan, Mr.: No first name given. Mr. Heffernan is the principal at Betty Ford Elementary School during Sookie’s term there. (Mentioned DD)
Heidi (vampire): No last name given. Heidi, a superior tracker, is sent to Shreveport by Victor to spy on Eric. When fairies and a body are scented by the Weres in Sookie’s woods, Heidi arrives to try to sort it all out. She informs Sookie that two fairies, many werewolves, and one vampire have been traipsing around, and that two bodies, one killed very recently, are buried on the land.
Heidi talks of her son, now grown and drug addicted, living in Reno, and is surprisingly gentle and careful with Hunter, kneeling to speak to him on his level and spelling out words she doesn’t want him to understand. When Eric offers to allow her to move her son to Shreveport, she readily accepts and gives her loyalty to her new sheriff, taking his side against Victor in the assassination. (DITF, DR)
Hennessy, Shirley “Catfish”: Jason’s boss, Catfish, is never called Shirley by his men. A loyal friend, Catfish protests Andy Bellefleur’s and Alcee Beck’s treatment of Sookie when Jason goes missing. He also organizes the search party for the woods around Jason’s house. Catfish occasionally takes his wife to Merlotte’s. (DTTW, DAAD, DD, ATD, FDTW, DAG, DITF)
Hermosa, Rubio (vampire): Rubio finds a new home in Area Five after fleeing Katrina, living together in a nest in Minden with Parker and Palomino. The threesome are summoned to participate in the assassination of Victor, and Rubio does his part by staking Luis. (DR)
Herve: No last name given. Cleo Babbitt’s human squeeze attends the summit with her. (ATD)
Herveaux, Alcide (wolf): A partner with his father in Herveaux and Son, AAA Accurate Surveys, Alcide, like most shifters, doesn’t want to become involved in vampire affairs; but when the Shreveport vamps call in a marker on his father’s gambling debts that would destroy their company, he must agree to escort Sookie to Jackson in her search for a missing Bill. He is attracted to Sookie and she to him, but just as she is sorting through her feelings of betrayal with Bill, he is sorting through his own feelings about his ex girlfriend, Debbie Pelt. Although Alcide claims he is determined to rid himself of Debbie, he is willfully blind when it comes to her faults, even Debbie’s vicious act of pushing Sookie into the trunk of a car with a starving Bill. And when Debbie lies and tells him later that Sookie and Bill have reconciled, he believes her and resumes their relationship.
He is finally forced to face reality when Bill confirms that not only did Debbie lock Sookie and him together in the trunk, but she also participated in his torture at Russell’s mansion. Alcide abjures Debbie in an irrevocable ritual.
Alcide contacts Sookie again after the death of packmaster Colonel Flood, asking her to attend the funeral as a friend of the pack. He uses her presence to imply her unspoken support for his father as Colonel Flood’s successor. He also wants her to read the other candidate’s mind. He rationalizes that Sookie might think she owes him, as he has realized that she killed Debbie. Although he claims he doesn’t care, Sookie is hurt and angered by his actions and asks him to stay away.
Alcide rushes to Sookie when her kitchen burns. He asks her to move in with him to explore their relationship, but Sookie questions whether he is fully recovered from Debbie and whether he can forgive her for Debbie’s death. Alcide turns from Sookie into the arms of Were Maria Star Cooper after his father dies during the packmaster contest with Patrick Furnan. The Were pack remains splintered by the cheating during the contest and the outcome, with Alcide heading the anti Furnan faction.
When Maria Star is murdered, Alcide first suspects Furnan but soon discovers that Patrick’s wife is missing as well. At an arranged parley, the two are attacked by a band of Weres led by Priscilla Hebert, who wants the Long Tooth pack’s territory. The Long Tooth pack unites to take down the interlopers, and when Patrick is killed, Alcide ascends to packmaster. As such, he continues viewing Sookie as a friend of the pack, and they tentatively establish a friendship. He sends Tray Dawson to guard her when she is threatened by the fae.
Alcide contacts Sookie and Bill to ask if the Long Tooth pack can run on their land at the full moon, as there is a party of human campers on the Herveaux land. Unbeknownst to him, his childhood friend, Hamilton Bond, has conspired to kill his newly appointed second, Basim al Saud, out of jealousy for not being named to the position, foolishly becoming involved with fairy Colman’s plan to get Sookie in trouble with the law. Ham buries Basim’s body on Sookie’s land, but the body is scented by a vampire tracker sent by Eric to check the woods for intruders. Alcide; his new girlfriend, Annabelle; and pack member Jannalynn Hopper arrive to investigate. Along with Ocella, Alexei, Eric, Sookie, and Jason, they dig up the body, and Annabelle is forced to admit that she was having an affair with Basim, but she denies any involvement in his death.
The pack holds a meeting at Alcide’s house, with Sookie and Jason sitting in. When they arrive, Alcide asks Sookie to act as a shaman, giving her a potion that will help her see the truth among the Weres. She identifies Ham as the culprit and new pack member Patricia Crimmins, one of the few survivors of Hebert’s pack, as his partner in crime. Alcide spares Annabelle, but Sookie leaves the meeting knowing that Jannalynn, his newly appointed second, will successfully campaign for the deaths of Ham and Patricia.
When Alcide hears from Amelia that Sookie has broken the blood bond with Eric, he goes to Sookie’s house to wait for her in her bed. He winds up falling asleep because Sookie spends the night with Eric, but Alcide expresses his desire to have a chance with her when she wakes him in the morning. He reassures her of his genuine interest when she implies that he wants her because the pack needs a shaman, but he becomes upset and leaves when she tells him she doesn’t like the way he has changed since becoming packmaster. (CD, DTTW, DAAD, FDTW, DITF, DR; mentioned DD, ATD)
Herveaux, Jackson (wolf): Alcide’s father, a self made man who owns a successful surveying business, begins to gamble too much after his wife’s death, paving the way for the vampires who hold his markers to exact a favor from Alcide. When Colonel Flood is killed in an accident, Jackson decides to run for packmaster, but his opponent, Patrick Furnan, uses Jackson’s gambling problems to suggest that he would be unsuitable as a leader. Jackson is having an affair with Connie Babcock, his secretary. When he escorts Christine Larrabee to Colonel Flood’s funeral instead of her, Furnan persuades a scorned Connie to steal personal papers from Jackson’s office in an attempt to get more dirt. Connie is caught and arrested, but the damage is done. Furnan continues to spread the word that Jackson cannot handle his own life, let alone the pack. During the packmaster contest, Jackson is declared the winner of the first two tests when Furnan is caught cheating, but the pack, torn by concerns over Jackson’s personal life, votes to allow the third challenge, calling for a decisive win in battle. Furnan defeats Jackson, killing him. Jackson’s body is taken to the Herveaux farm, and an accident is staged to account for his death. (Dies DAAD; mentioned CD, DD, ATD, FDTW, DITF)
Herveaux and Son, AAA Accurate Surveys: A bi state survey company owned and operated by Jackson and Alcide Herveaux, the business has offices in Jackson, Mississippi, and in Monroe, Shreveport, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Their main office is in Shreveport, where they own the building housing the company headquarters, and they also keep an apartment in Jackson. After his father’s death in the packmaster contest, Alcide assumes control of the company. (DTTW; mentioned CD, DAAD)
Hesterman, Brenda: Brenda and her business partner, Donald Callaway, own Splendide in Shreveport. They buy, sell, and appraise antiques. She and Donald travel to Sookie’s house to appraise the items brought down from the attic, purchasing several pieces for resale in their shop. (DR)
Hob, Mr. (goblin): No first name given. The doorman and bouncer at Josephine’s, short and cranky Mr. Hob guards the entry to the club and maintains strict order inside. Although his full ability is not known, he easily lifts a biker who violates the rules off the floor and causes the man’s flesh to start burning as he carries him out. (CD)
Hondo (unspecified shifter): No last name given. One of the paramedics working the summit in Rhodes to care for any injuries to the attending supes. He takes care of Quinn after the weretiger is hit by the arrow thrown by Kyle Perkins. (ATD)
Hooligans: Hooligans is a strip club co owned by fairy twins Claude and Claudine. The twins took possession of the club as partial payment when their triplet, Claudette, also a stripper, was murdered by the previous owner. A small club with a fair sized parking lot, it boasts electric blue siding and a shocking pink neon sign. Claude manages the club and also strips on ladies’ night. After Niall closes the door to Faery, Hooligans becomes a meeting place for exiled fae. (DR; mentioned FD, DAAD, DD, FDTW, DAG, DITF)
Hopper, Ellie: Like many teenagers, Ellie and seventeen year old Quinn make out in the backseat of his father’s car. (Mentioned DD)
Hopper, Jannalynn (wolf): Young Jannalynn is loyal, ruthless, and a flashy dresser. Given the task of executing the fallen enemies after the Were war, she does so with a savage efficiency. Upon the death of Amanda Whatley in that war, ownership of her bar passes to Alcide, who appoints Jannalynn manager despite her youth. He further demonstrates his faith in her by naming her his second after the death of Basim al Saud. Alcide’s faith in her is repaid by her absolute devotion to him. When Hamilton Bond and Patricia Crimmins admit to the murder of Basim, Jannalynn convinces Alcide that the punishment for their betrayal should be death. Even though she is a full Were, Jannalynn is “into lions” and calls Sam for a date after the battle. Although Sam seems to be enjoying their blossoming relationship, he feels that Jannalynn is not exactly a girl one takes home to meet Mom, so having already asked Sookie to accompany him to his brother’s wedding, he takes her as his date instead of his new girlfriend. Jannalynn is hurt and resentful, and shows up anyway. They plan a date to discuss their relationship and decide to keep seeing each other. Jannalynn is at Merlotte’s to see Sam when the four thugs hired by Sandra Pelt attack, and she throws herself into the fight, easily breaking bones to disable her target. Still brooding over Sookie’s presence in Sam’s life, Jannalynn encourages Alcide Herveaux, her packmaster, to steal into Sookie’s bed and perhaps steal her heart after Sookie breaks the blood bond with Eric.
When Jannalynn and Sam are forced at gunpoint to take Sandra Pelt to Sookie’s house, an infuriated Jannalynn sees her chance to attack Sandra when Sookie fires at her from the woods. Jannalynn finally manages to break Sandra’s neck, then crushes her skull to finish the job. She is impressed that Sookie has a fairy portal in her woods, and watches curiously as Sam and Sookie force Sandra’s body through the portal. (DD, FDTW, DITF, STW, DR)
Horowitz, Barry (telepath): Barry is an undisciplined telepath working as a bellboy at the Silent Shore vampire hotel in Dallas when he meets a fellow telepath for the first time. Sookie is able to send Barry a message when she is captured by the Fellowship of the Sun, giving him her location so he can notify Bill and Eric. His actions bring him to the attention of Stan Davis, who shortly becomes the King of Texas and hires Barry as a permanent part of his entourage. He is much more in control of his abilities when he sees Sookie again at the summit in Rhodes, and after the explosion, they work together to locate survivors in the wreckage. (LDID, ATD; mentioned DAG)
Hot Rain (vampire): Long Shadow’s sire and grand sire to Charles Twining, he is unhappy with the penalty levied at Eric for Long Shadow’s death and seeks revenge by having Charles kill Sookie. (Mentioned DAAD)
Hotshot: Located on a crossroads about ten miles southeast of Bon Temps, Hotshot is an isolated little community, the home of a werepanther pack consisting mainly of the multigenerational Norris and Hart families. Therefore, its residents tend to have one of two basic heritages: stocky and fair with green gold eyes, or small and dark with dark eyes. They keep to themselves and do for themselves, taking care of one another and seeing to their own justice. The roads leading into the community are not well maintained, there are no streetlights, and the people are secretive. Outsiders rarely venture into Hotshot.
Within the pack, they are all family. They take responsibility for one another. They work as a community to ensure that needs are met. They share the raising of children, considered precious in this small pack. Each member is expected to add to the pack, often more than once, which requires multiple partners, as only the first child of any full blooded shifter pair is a full blooded shifter. Though the panthers are not incestuous, they are inbred. 1 ... 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ... 35 2010-07-19 18:44 Читать похожую статью
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