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Harry's traveled from his home turf of Chicago to investigate a series of inexplicable murders in a small Missouri town. He's already managed to turn half the burg against him, with the other half's motives even murkier. And that's not even taking the Ghoul and Goblin who've both separately nearly killed him. Unfortunately, they may have succeeded in murdering the eldest of the cursed family he's trying to protect-a man who harbors his own dark secrets. It's time for Harry to seek the help of a higher authority...

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More Dresden-y goodness... 0

I have quite enjoyed this original story for the Dresden-verse thus far, and the latest installment doesn't fail to continue on with the trend. There is less action as we have seen in the previous two issues, but the dialogue and story telling is stuffed full of snark and charm that fans of Dresden will appreciate.The highlight for me was Harry's commune with the cat / nature spirit. If greasy hamburgers are a delicacy to him, then they should be as such to anything.Although the title villains...

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