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White Night characters À E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ä The inspiration for the Sci Fi channel television series In Chicago someone has been killing practitioners of magic those incapable of becoming full fledged wizards Shockingly all the evidence points to Harry Dresden's half brother Thomas as the murderer Determined to clear his siblSibling's name Harry uncovers a conspiracy within the White Council of Wizards that threatens not only him but his nearest and dearest too. The ninth Harry Dresden novel is the series riches and most densely plotted to date and the first in the series I can't recommend to someone coming to the series cold Not that this is a bad thing It's a great thing for readers of the Dresden Files While Jim Butcher does deliver payoffs and resolutions in his previous eight books here in White Night he steps that up a notch bringing back old friends and enemies to Harry Dresden's world all while building on several key plotlines from the last several novels as the war between the various supernatural factions begins to reach a boiling point and Harry Dresden is once again at the center of it allIf you're coming into this cold you'll be thorougly confused If you've read the previous eight books you're probably going to eat this up with a spoon eagerly turning the pages waiting for the next development to hit Murphy calls Harry in on a case that may or may not have supernatural undercurrents Harry discovers a message that only he could find and begins to look into a series of similar deaths Finding the same message hidden in the same way Harry suspects a serial killer is on the loose in the supernatural community The problem the number one suspect is his half brother Thomas Harry is convinced Thomas isn't the killer but the evidence is pretty damning Harry begins to pull at the threads and uncovers someone or something targeting women of a Wiccan order They've already asked for help from Harry's first love Elaine who is now a private eye in Los Angeles who investigates the supernatural All of this we find in the first hundred or so pages and that's just when it gets interesting Butcher weaves together a complex fascinating story with Harry firmly at the center trying to find the pieces of the puzzle and prove the innocence of his half brother In the midst of al this we learn about the politics of the current battle between the Red Court and the White Council and how Harry fits into a plan to possibly tip the balance Along the way we meet old enemies and have call backs to the first novel in the series About the only thing I found frustrating about this novel is that in the last book Harry determined a secret group was plotting within the power ranks of the White Council And while this development is brought up we never get any movement toward discovering who or what is behind this and what their agenda is I realize that Butcher may be setting up some things for future installments but a revelation this big seems a bit difficult to only pay lip service to in the storyBut that's the only detraction I can find in this superb entry in the Dresden series Butcher keeps getting better and better continuing to keep the Dresden Files as one of the must reads on my bookshelf

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The inspiration for the Sci Fi channel television series In Chicago someone has been killing practitioners of magic those incapable of beco. I am floored by how well Dresden progresses Through character and world building Dresden is slowly becoming one of my all time favorites White Knight is the best of the series I have read yet Reading Dresden is comfortable thrilling and most importantly DAMN FUN Full review here

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White NightMing full fledged wizards Shockingly all the evidence points to Harry Dresden's half brother Thomas as the murderer Determined to clear his. “Better the devil you know than the devil you don't”Jim Butcher’s ninth Harry Dresden novel first published in 2007 is about a lot of things as all of these entertaining books are but the central theme seems to be picking the lesser of two evils or working a Corleone plan by keeping your friends close but your enemies closerSeveral of the recent Dresden novels have involved Harry’s tenuous connection to the White Court of vampires and this one finds our hero drawn once into a confrontation with this lascivious group of succubae There's also the tracking down of a magical serial killer some neanderthal ghouls and Bob the talking skullFans of the series know that the vampires are divided into three main groups or courts the Red Black and White The Red Court vampires are non human and demonic in true form hiding behind a magical veil The Black court types are the “classic” vampires – undead creatures feasting on human blood and counting stuff on Sesame StreetThe White Court are the most human like and feed not on blood so much as emotion – sex fear despair They also like to operate behind the scenes by manipulation persuasion and subterfugeAlso present is a list of Dresden recurring characters including Johnny Marcone and RamirezFull of Butcher’s can of corn humor some introspective philosophical musings as well as than an ample allowance of ACTION this is another fun entry into the Dresden files