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Turn Coat by Jim Butcher
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Jun 17, 2012

it was amazing
Read in June, 2012

In this novel, Harry helps someone who has always caused him a lot of trouble -- Warden Morgan, who is obn the run from the other Wardens of the White Council who believe that he has murdered Senior Council Member LaFortier.

It may seem odd that Morgan would seek help from harry, as there was never any love lost between these two. When Harry was a mere teenager Morgan wanted him executed for misusing his power and, years later, he also wanted to execute Harry's protege, Molly, for the same reason. But it seems that, underneath it all, Morgan knows Harry's heart and his sense of justice, so he runs to him for help, which Harry grants.

The story takes many twists and turns, involving not only the White Council of Wizards but also Harry's brother Thomas and House Raith of the White Court of Vampires and a Naagloshii -- a skinwalker out of Native American legend, which turns out to be possibly the nastiest creature introduced in this series so far.

An excellent entry in the series!

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