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Fool Moon by Jim Butcher
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Feb 29, 2008

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bookshelves: fantasysci-fi
Recommended for: Prestidigitators, Charlatans and Gumshoes
Read in May, 2005

The second in the "Dresden Files" series, this book continues to broaden the world of Harry Dresden, adding more recurring characters to the mix and giving more depth to my favorite Wizard Detective.

Each Dresden book picks a particular Supernatural theme as its centerpiece. In this case the subject is Werewolves (or, more appropriately, the loup garou). I think the choice is a good one -- the danger here is a bit more gory and visceral than in the previous book. In particular, there's a rumble that takes place inside a police station that takes the series into some dark territory, which I like.

I would give this one 3 1/2 stars if I could. The series still hasn't hit its full stride in this volume but it's beginning to pick up steam.

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