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Harry Dresden takes the continuous surprises found in Proven Guilty with his usual aplomb. Dresden is joined by familiar characters from the Dresden Files as well a few new ones. Read morePublished 4 days ago by The Cyborg Knight
Another great book in the series. I have read 7 in the past few months, one right after the other.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Loved this book! Even when the plot was over, it wasn't over!Published 11 days ago by Erin Bradbury
Great book, I love the depth that is obtainable in books that are this long. Great writing and very engaging. I would definitely recommend.Published 12 days ago by Max
In this eight book of the series, a new major character is revealed.....Published 12 days ago by James T. Bowers
Butcher has got all his writing skills firing in this fast paced supernatural thriller. He even works in a little philosophy, psychology and theology in the rare lulls in action. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Robert L. Clasen
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I have been having the same problem in that I enjoy the genre but prefer to follow a male protagonist. I'd like to recommend the three John Constantine Hellblazer books by John Shirley which are "Constantine", "Warlord" and "Subteranean". I would also highly... Read More
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And now it's cancelled. I don't think the SciFi channel really gave it a chance. It was an interesting entertaining island in a sea of drivel.
Jan 20, 2008 by MonaLS | See all 3 posts
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You will LOVE Simon R. Green's Nightworld series, beginning with "Something From the Nightside". You would also like Rachel Caine who writes the Weatherwarden books, beginning with "Ill Wind". Kim Harrison and Kelley Armstrong are also great recommendations. Have fun!
Jul 4, 2006 by Veronica Sayre | See all 8 posts