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Turn Coat by Jim Butcher
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Sep 10, 2011

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For a while now, the Dresden books have been floating the idea that behind much of what seems wrong in Harry's world might be the work of an organisation we haven't seen, a mysterious Black Council of powerful practitioners. In Turn Coat, the suggestion is confirmed. Somebody has framed Warden Morgan, a man who hates everything Dresden is but nevertheless turns to him for help. If proving Morgan's innocence, Harry roots out corruption at the heart of the White Council of Wizards. While the traitor's identity is a bit of a let down, the implications of his infiltration and exposure run deep.

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