Summer Knight

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Orbit, 2005 - Chicago (Ill.) - 416 pages
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Ever since his girlfriend left town to deal with her newly acquired taste for blood, Harry Dresden has been down and out in Chicago. He can't pay his rent. He's alienating his friends. He can't even recall the last time he took a shower. The only professional wizard in the phone book has become a desperate man.

And just when it seems things can't get any worse, in saunters the Winter Queen of Faerie. She has an offer Harry can't refuse if he wants to free himself of the supernatural hold his faerie godmother has over him - and hopefully end his run of bad luck. All he has to do is find out who murdered the Summer Queen's right-hand man, the Summer Knight, and clear the Winter Queen's name.

It seems simple enough, but Harry knows better than to get caught in the middle of faerie politics. Until he finds out that the fate of the entire world rests on his solving this case. No pressure or anything ...

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I love the writing style and the story lines SO much. - Goodreads
Started slow but developed to a crackling ending! - Goodreads
New characters, great plot - Goodreads
The bad puns for titles is kind of old already. - Goodreads
Nice to see the pace picking up a bit... - Goodreads
These are such enjoyable easy to read books. - Goodreads

Review: Summer Knight (The Dresden Files #4)

User Review  - Lawrence Black - Goodreads

Got to learn more back story of the Jim Butcher universe. Better plot and writing than book three. Looking forward to book five. Read full review

Review: Summer Knight (The Dresden Files #4)

User Review  - David Michael Carr - Goodreads

good development and introduction to important characters. This book was a good engine to push the over-arching plot forward, but the plot was still enjoyable though with an enjoyable twist. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Jim Butcher is a ten-year student of martial arts and works as a computer support technician. Jim lives in Missouri with his wife and son and a houseful of computers.

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