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After participating in the acclaimed Dresden Files television series from July 2009 to December 2010, Kelley Armstrong subsequently wrote and maintained The Dresden Files, a series of novels and short stories for younger readers based on the two most recent seasons of the television series. The Dresden Files is already a popular series, having been translated into more than three dozen languages and published in China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Latin America, Spain, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.
This volume of the popular Dresden Files includes all six novels released as of mid-September 2012, as well as the Aces High and Strike Back novellas. In addition, this collection features all six novellas available for pre-order on Amazon.com.
In “Zombie Roadkill,” the Dresden Files economy is booming. Harry isn’t the only wizard in the neighborhood doing good business. In fact, he’s the only wizard in the vicinity with a full class six license. The oldest profession the world has ever known is flourishing.
Then a group of archeologists is found dead, their brains eaten out, and Harry is contacted by a magical supremacist named Kaeris Tamsin, who requests that he meet with her in New Orleans. Things get a little dicey when Harry makes a stop in Chicago to help his friend Stephen Stetson, and the ensuing case involves vampire cultists, necromancers, and the Ku Kux Clan.
After attending the planet-wide funerals for the entire population of the city, Harry slips back into hiding at his penthouse until his old friend and police lieutenant, Rinaldi, has time to sort things out.
Soon, however, the missing archmage is called back into the game, as old and sinister alliances are beginning to break down. Joining Harry on his quest to stop a forgotten threat is Chicago’s most dangerous werewolf, April Young, whose birth mother was murdered by the Ku Kux Clan. For Harry, the journey is more than just survival. It is about saving the world—and about saving himself.
– The Dresden Files is an American mystery and thriller television series based on Jim Butcher’s best-selling series of the same name. The series, which was broadcast on NBC from 0b46394aab