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Blood Rites by Jim Butcher
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Apr 10, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: in, 2012, urban, fantasy, dresden-files
Read in January, 2012

Slowly working my way through this series...[return][return]In book six, Harry Dresden, Chicago's only professional wizard-for-hire, is set up for an unusual job, even for him: guard duty on an adult movie set. The film's producer believes he's the focus of dark magic that is targeting the women around him. Two are already dead. At the same time, Harry is a target of assassination by the Black Court of vampires, and he's going to need to strike them before they get him...[return][return]This is as fast a read as the other books. Butcher has a magnificent knack for getting Harry into situation after situation that looks absolutely impossible, yet Harry somehow manages to scrape through. If it were a movie, I'd cover my eyes and barely peak through my fingers to see what happened next. There were also some deft characterizations here, including Karrin Murphy's mom, and a forgotten foo dog puppy that threatens to steal the show. A solid, entertaining read.

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