** The first thing that tips Harry off that something is up is Molly determining that Puck's first two victims had their souls ripped out. This is meant to implicate The White Court, but goes against everything we've seen in the books of how a White Court vampire's feeding works. While it is possible that the life-force which White Court vampires feast on does tie into the soul of their victims (the later books treat soul energy and life force as one and the same), Molly should still have sensed that the deaths were different due to her experiences with a White Court victim in ''White Night'', which caused her to nearly have an orgasm as she touched the woman's dyning thoughts.
** Harry is able to summon The Leanansidhe to ask for her help. This contradicts the events of ''Changes'', where Harry said that he hadn't seen "Lea" since the events of ''Proven Guilty''. Since Molly is openly operating as Harry's apprentice and Marcone is now Baron of Chicago under The Unseelie Accords, we know this story takes place sometime after ''White Night''.
** Lea is also operating under her old characterization, where she's obsessed with claiming Harry as a hound for her kennel due to his backing out of too many deals. Those debts were settled back in ''Summer Knight'' when Mab took over Lea's debts.
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