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20th Mar '18 8:02:58 PM MacronNotes
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Harry meets a wide variety of characters in the series, including Karrin Murphy, the ActionGirl cop who's [[BrokenMasquerade aware of the city's supernatural underworld]]; Bob, [[SealedBadassInACan a spirit of intellect who lives in a skull]]--human-shaped ghost in the television series--is Harry's literal MagicalComputer; Michael Carpenter, a modern-day [[ThePaladin paladin]] wielding a [[CoolSword holy sword]]; Billy the [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Werewolf]] and his pack of Alphas (a group of young [[HeroicWannabe heroic wannabes]]); Thomas Raith, the LoveableRogue [[strike:incubus]] [[HornyDevils White]] [[DeadlyDecadentCourt Court]] [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]]; Harry's on-and-off love interest [[HotScoop reporter]] Susan Rodriguez; and Molly Carpenter, Michael's oldest daughter and Harry's [[TheApprentice apprentice]]. Like many detective stories, Harry meets a ridiculous number of [[FemmeFatale femmes fatales]], [[TheDon crime bosses]], and [[{{Mooks}} hired goons]], which is frequently [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in the series.

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Harry meets a wide variety of characters in the series, including Karrin Murphy, the ActionGirl cop who's [[BrokenMasquerade aware of the city's supernatural underworld]]; Bob, [[SealedBadassInACan a spirit of intellect who lives in a skull]]--human-shaped ghost in the television series--is Harry's literal MagicalComputer; Michael Carpenter, a modern-day [[ThePaladin paladin]] wielding a [[CoolSword holy sword]]; Billy the [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Werewolf]] and his pack of Alphas (a group of young [[HeroicWannabe heroic wannabes]]); Thomas Raith, the LoveableRogue [[strike:incubus]] [[HornyDevils White]] [[DeadlyDecadentCourt Court]] [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire]]; Harry's on-and-off love interest [[HotScoop reporter]] reporter Susan Rodriguez; and Molly Carpenter, Michael's oldest daughter and Harry's [[TheApprentice apprentice]]. Like many detective stories, Harry meets a ridiculous number of [[FemmeFatale femmes fatales]], [[TheDon crime bosses]], and [[{{Mooks}} hired goons]], which is frequently [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in the series.
2nd Feb '18 3:44:00 AM GliderPro
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## "Curses" (published in ''Naked City: Tales of Urban Fantasy'')



## "Curses" (published in ''Naked City: Tales of Urban Fantasy'')
31st Dec '17 6:17:23 PM GliderPro
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In addition to the page links at the top, there is also a [[ShoutOut/TheDresdenFiles shout out]] page. The recap [[Recap/TheDresdenFiles page]] is under major construction, so help with it would be appreciated. (Why is there a recap page when each book has its own page in the literature section?)

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In addition to the page links at the top, there is also a [[ShoutOut/TheDresdenFiles shout out]] page. The recap [[Recap/TheDresdenFiles page]] is under major construction, so help with it would be appreciated. (Why %%(Why is there a recap page when each book has its own page in the literature section?)
24th Dec '17 1:06:50 AM frutepye
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In addition to the page links at the top, there is also a [[ShoutOut/TheDresdenFiles shout out]] page. The recap [[Recap/TheDresdenFiles page]] is under major construction, so help with it would be appreciated.

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In addition to the page links at the top, there is also a [[ShoutOut/TheDresdenFiles shout out]] page. The recap [[Recap/TheDresdenFiles page]] is under major construction, so help with it would be appreciated. (Why is there a recap page when each book has its own page in the literature section?)
15th Nov '17 6:01:18 AM GliderPro
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# ''ComicBook/DogMen'' (set after ''ComicBook/WildCard'', currently in progress)

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# ''ComicBook/DogMen'' (set after ''ComicBook/WildCard'', currently in progress)''ComicBook/WildCard'')
2nd Nov '17 9:51:56 AM AnoneMouseJr
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%% The following revised version of the list will be made visible when ''Brief Cases'' is released; the story order comes from Butcher's official site:
%% #''Literature/WorkingForBigfoot'', a mini-anthology which collects 3 more of the Dresdenverse short stories. All were later re-released in ''Brief Cases''.
%% #''Brief Cases'', the third anthology. It collects eleven existing short stories and one new one.
%% ## "Curses" (originally published in ''Naked City: Tales of Urban Fantasy'')
%% ## "AAAA Wizardry" (originally published in the manual ''Our World'' from the Dresden Files Role-Playing Game)
%% ## "Even Hand" (originally published in ''Dark and Stormy Knights'')
%% ## "B is for Bigfoot" (originally published in ''Under My Hat: Tales from the Cauldron''; also collected in ''Working For Bigfoot'')
%% ## "I Was a Teenage Bigfoot" (originally published in ''Blood Lite 3: Aftertaste''; also collected in ''Working For Bigfoot'')
%% ## "Bigfoot on Campus" (originally published in ''Hex Appeal''; also collected in ''Working For Bigfoot'')
%% ## "Bombshells" (originally published in ''Dangerous Women'')
%% ## "Jury Duty" (originally published in ''Unbound'')
%% ## "Cold Case" (originally published in ''Shadowed Souls'')
%% ## "Day One" (originally published in ''Unfettered II'')
%% ## "A Fistful of Warlocks" (originally published in ''Straight Outta Tombstone'')
%% ## "Zoo Day" (originally published in ''Brief Cases'')



Butcher has promised that all of the stories will eventually be republished in Dresden-exclusive anthologies; the next full-sized collection after ''Side Jobs'' will be called ''Brief Cases'', which will include the Bigfoot trilogy, the eight uncollected stories above, and a new novella (originally announced as a spin-off novel at [=EasterCon=] 2015) centered around Maggie and Mouse. It is scheduled for release in summer 2018.

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Butcher has promised that all of the stories will eventually be republished in Dresden-exclusive anthologies; the next full-sized collection after ''Side Jobs'' will be called ''Brief Cases'', which will include the Bigfoot trilogy, the eight uncollected stories above, and "Zoo Day", a new novella (originally announced as a spin-off novel at [=EasterCon=] 2015) centered around Maggie and Mouse. It is scheduled for release in summer 2018.


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22nd Oct '17 3:13:02 PM AnoneMouseJr
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Butcher has promised that all of the stories will eventually be republished in Dresden-exclusive anthologies; the next full-sized collection after ''Side Jobs'' will be called ''Brief Cases'', which will include the Bigfoot trilogy, the eight uncollected stories above, and a new novella (originally announced as a spin-off novel at [=EasterCon=] 2015) centered around Maggie and Mouse.

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Butcher has promised that all of the stories will eventually be republished in Dresden-exclusive anthologies; the next full-sized collection after ''Side Jobs'' will be called ''Brief Cases'', which will include the Bigfoot trilogy, the eight uncollected stories above, and a new novella (originally announced as a spin-off novel at [=EasterCon=] 2015) centered around Maggie and Mouse.
Mouse. It is scheduled for release in summer 2018.
22nd Oct '17 3:12:00 PM AnoneMouseJr
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Butcher has promised that all of the stories will eventually be republished in Dresden-exclusive anthologies; the next full-sized collection after ''Side Jobs'' will be called ''Brief Cases''.

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Butcher has promised that all of the stories will eventually be republished in Dresden-exclusive anthologies; the next full-sized collection after ''Side Jobs'' will be called ''Brief Cases''.
Cases'', which will include the Bigfoot trilogy, the eight uncollected stories above, and a new novella (originally announced as a spin-off novel at [=EasterCon=] 2015) centered around Maggie and Mouse.



As of [=EasterCon=] 2015, a spinoff novel centered around Maggie and Mouse is in the works.
10th Oct '17 6:05:14 PM nombretomado
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A horror/fantasy/mystery series of novels, fifteen and counting plus associated short stories and comic miniseries and the like, by JimButcher. Harry Dresden is a [[OccultDetective wizard and private detective]] operating out of modern day UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} (he's in the phone book under "wizards"; surprisingly, he's the only entry), and reluctantly hired by a special police task force as a consultant on supernatural crimes. The GenreSavvy protagonist cracks jokes about the UrbanFantasy-DungeonPunk setting and the tropes it uses.

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A horror/fantasy/mystery series of novels, fifteen and counting plus associated short stories and comic miniseries and the like, by JimButcher.Creator/JimButcher. Harry Dresden is a [[OccultDetective wizard and private detective]] operating out of modern day UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} (he's in the phone book under "wizards"; surprisingly, he's the only entry), and reluctantly hired by a special police task force as a consultant on supernatural crimes. The GenreSavvy protagonist cracks jokes about the UrbanFantasy-DungeonPunk setting and the tropes it uses.
17th Jul '17 10:48:29 AM GGCrono
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A horror/fantasy/mystery series of novels, fifteen and counting plus associated short stories and comic miniseries and the like, by JimButcher. Harry Dresden is a [[OccultDetective wizard and private detective]] operating out of modern day UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}}, and reluctantly hired by a special police task force as a consultant on supernatural crimes. The GenreSavvy protagonist cracks jokes about the UrbanFantasy-DungeonPunk setting and the tropes it uses.

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A horror/fantasy/mystery series of novels, fifteen and counting plus associated short stories and comic miniseries and the like, by JimButcher. Harry Dresden is a [[OccultDetective wizard and private detective]] operating out of modern day UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}}, UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} (he's in the phone book under "wizards"; surprisingly, he's the only entry), and reluctantly hired by a special police task force as a consultant on supernatural crimes. The GenreSavvy protagonist cracks jokes about the UrbanFantasy-DungeonPunk setting and the tropes it uses.
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