Small Favor, by Jim Butcher (Roc, 2008)

To say Harry Dresden leads a complicated life would be an understatement of the highest caliber. In fact, he’s at his least comfortable when no one’s trying to kill him, because it means he doesn’t know who his current enemy … Continue reading

Hell to Pay, by Simon R. Green (Ace, 2006)

Lilith may be gone for good, but the Nightside, that sordid dark heart of London remains, a magical place where anything’s possible, everything’s for sale, and everyone has a hidden agenda. And as long as the Nightside endures, there’s work … Continue reading

Blood Rites, by Jim Butcher (Roc, 2004)

“The building was on fire and it wasn’t my fault.” Harry Dresden, the only openly-practicing wizard and private investigator in Chicago, is on the job once again. But for him, even the most routine of jobs are fraught with danger … Continue reading

Dead Beat, by Jim Butcher (Roc, 2005)

“On the whole, we’re a pretty murderous race. According to Genesis, it took as few as four people to make the planet too crowded to stand, and the first murder was a fratricide. Genesis says that in a fit of … Continue reading

Proven Guilty, by Jim Butcher (Roc, 2006)

Harry Dresden, P.I. and the only wizard listed in the Chicago phone directory, is in one of the worst binds of his life. And for a guy who routinely fends off attacks by vampires, werewolves, demons, faeries, zombies, ghosts, and … Continue reading

White Night, by Jim Butcher (Roc, 2007)

As any Spider-Man fan can tell you, with great power comes great responsibility. As Harry Dresden, wizard, private investigator, and Warden of the White Council, can tell you, with great responsibility comes even greater headaches. And in Harry’s case, the … Continue reading

Nightingale’s Lament, by Simon R. Green (Ace, 2004)

In the Nightside, London’s secret, dark heart, anything is possible, and sooner or later, everyone who’s anyone comes to visit, or to stay. There’s a lot that goes on in the Nightside, almost all of it illegal, immoral, unpleasant, or … Continue reading

The Blue-Haired Bombshell, by John Zakour (DAW, 2007)

Zachary Nixon Johnson, the last freelance PI on Earth in the late 21st Century, is having a typical Tuesday. You know, attacked by killer plants, nearly killed by traffic while rescuing a heiress’s dog, stalked by an ad agency, menaced … Continue reading

The Doomsday Brunette, by John Zakour & Lawrence Ganem (DAW, 2004)

Zachary Nixon Johnson, the last freelance private investigator on Earth, is called upon to unravel yet another bizarre case in The Doomsday Brunette, his second outing. This time, he and his AI partner are summoned to the estate of Ona … Continue reading