The Laughing Corpse, Laurell K. Hamilton
18 Rating(s)
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The Laughing Corpse

Narrator: Kimberly Alexis

Unabridged: 10 hr 2 min

Format: Digital Audiobook Download

Publisher: Penguin Audio

Published: 08/20/2009


The early Anita Blake novels find new life in trade paperback-as perfect collectibles for long-time fans or as great ways for new readers to sink their teeth into the series.In The Laughing Corpse, a creature from beyond the grave is tearing a swath of murder through St. Louis. And Anita will learn that there are some secrets better left buried-and some people better off dead... 

From the Trade Paperback edition.

Author Bio

Laurell Kaye Hamilton was born Laurell Kaye Klein in Heber Springs, Arkansas but grew up in Sims, Indiana with her grandmother Laura Gentry. Her education includes degrees in English and biology from Marion College (now called Indiana Wesleyan University). She is an American fantasy and romance writer that is best known as the author of two series of stories.

Her New York Times-bestselling Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter series centers on Anita Blake, a professional zombie raiser, vampire executioner and supernatural consultant for the police, which includes novels, short story collections, and comic books. Six million copies of Anita Blake novels are in print. Her Merry Gentry series centers on Meredith Gentry, Princess of the Unseelie court of Faerie, a private detective facing repeated assassination attempts.

Hamilton is involved with a number of animal charities, particularly supporting dog rescue efforts and wolf preservation. She currently lives in St. Louis County, Missouri, with her daughter Trinity, and husband Jonathon Green whom she married in 2001.


AudiobooksNow review by merri on 2007-06-13 23:56:44

the second anita blake novel. got to learn more about anita's past and life, which is interesting. the story itself was good as well. still just didnt like who she was as well as the person she becomes.

AudiobooksNow review by Sherry on 2008-03-19 15:08:39

Zombies give me the hibbie-jibbies. I feel sorry for them they didn't ask to be raised, but they can be dangerous and scary. Many times while reading, I had to say, Yuck and put the book down, but not for long, because I wanted to read what happened next.

AudiobooksNow review by Sonja on 2015-10-20 20:38:47

will check out again just to listen again can read and listen to these books over and over,