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Friday, June 5, 2009

Turn Coat by Jim Butcher

Harry Dresden isn't your average, every day kind of private eye. He also happens to be a wizard with friends who are werewolves, vampires, and faeries. Somehow he always ends up in the middle of trouble but can count on those friends to help out, or least most of the time.
When Donald Morgan, a fellow wizard who usually ends up chasing after Dresden, ends up at his door after being severely injured, Dresden makes the mistake of letting him in. It turns out that Morgan is being pursued by the White Council after he is accused of killing a Council warden.
This is the eleventh book in the Dresden series. Harry Dresden's life is non-stop action with humans and with non-humans trying to get to him. I enjoyed the book and thought that it was very inventive and had lots of action. There was however, a lot of violence, sexual references, and strong profanity to make it rated R.

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