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review Ì Brief Cases Ô [BOOKS] ✯ Brief Cases Author By Jim Butcher – Citybreakscheap.co.uk An all new Dresden Files story headlines this urban fantasy short story collection starring the Windy City's favorite wizard  The world of Harry Dresden Chicago's only professional wizard is rife wit An all new Dresden Files story headlines this urban fant[BOOKS] Brief Cases Author By Jim Butcher Citybreakscheap.co.uk An all new Dresden Files story headlines this urban fantasy short story collection starring the Windy City's favorite wizard  The world of Harry Dresden Chicago's only professional wizard is rife wit An all new Dresden Files story headlines this urban fantasy short story collection starring the Windy City's favorite wizard  The world of Harry Dresden Chicago's only professional wizard is rife with intrigue and creatures of all supernatural stripes And you'll make their intimate acuaintance as Harry delves into the dark side of truth justice and the American way in this must have short story collection  From the Wild West to the bleachers at Wrigley Field humans zombies incubi and even fey royalty appear ready.

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Ters  I Was a Teenage Bigfoot from Blood Lite Aftertaste edited by Kevin J Anderson read by James Marsters  Curses from The Naked City edited by Ellen Datlow read by James Marsters  Even Hand from Dark and Stormy Knights edited by P N Elrodread read by Jim Butcher  Bigfoot on Campus from Hex Appeal edited by P N Elrod read by James Marsters  Bombshells from Dangerous Women edited by George R R Martin and Gardner Dozois read by Julia Whelan Cold Case from Shadowed Souls edited by Jim Butcher and Kerrie Hughes read by Julia Whelan  Jury Duty from Unbound edited by Shawn Speakman read by James Marsters  Day One from Unfettered II edited by Shawn Speakman read by Oliver Wyman  Zoo Day original read by James Marsters  The author’s notes that precede each story are read by the author  .

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Brief CasesTo blur the line between friend and foe In the never before published Zoo Day Harry treads new ground as a dad while fan favorite characters Molly Carpenter his onetime apprentice White Council Warden Anastasia Luccio and even Bigfoot stalk through the pages of classic tales  With stories in all Brief Cases offers both longtime fans and first time listeners tantalizing glimpses into Harry's funny gritty and unforgettable realm whetting their appetites for to come from the wizard with a heart of gold  Collection includes  A Fistful of Warlocks fromStraight Outta Tombstone edited by David Boon read by Cassandra Campbell B Is for Bigfoot from Under My Hat Tales from the Cauldron edited by Jonathan Strahan read by James Marsters  AAAA Wizardry from the Dresden Files RPG read by James Mars.

9 Comments on "review Ì Brief Cases"

  • MrsLeif

    review Ì Brief Cases Brief CasesI'm a HUGE Jim Butcher's fan Both series I have read by him are in the top10 favorites of all timesI'm and the majority of his fans desperately waiting for Peace Talks but while we are waiting Brief Cases is hereBrief Cases just like Side Jobs is a compilation of short stories in the Harry Dresden WorldMost of the short stories have Harry as the protagonist but we also get some of the other very well known players having their own Molly has two one before and one after becoming the Winter Lady Waldo Butters facing his first uest as a knight Gentleman Johnnie Marcone handling a sticky situation and even Anastasia Luccio battling evil in the company of Wyatt EarpOf course my


  • Alex B

    review Ì Brief Cases Brief CasesHappy release day for Brief Cases the first book in the Dresden Files to be released in what feels like eons Brief Cases is just what I needed to tide me over until Peace Talks which should hopefully release next year I’m basing this off of what Butcher told the aud


  • Matthew Hunter

    review Ì Brief Cases Brief CasesBrief Cases by Jim Butcher is a collection of short stories in the very popular Dresden Files series named for the central character Harry Dresden Chicago's only professional wizard or at least the only one with an ad in the phone book I don't normally go in for short story collections but occasionally with an established universe my completionist instincts will kick in In this case I had already read


  • Ray

    review Ì Brief Cases Brief CasesWow great collection of Harry Dresden short stories all of them really good I’m so tired of collections of one great story and the rest are fillersThere is one new short story in the collection and it knocks it out of the ballpark with a lot details on Harry’s Daughter Maggie and Mouse Jim Butcher has mentioned the idea of a juvenile book featuring Maggie an


  • J. McDonald

    review Ì Brief Cases Brief CasesAfter working my way through “Skin Game” which to me felt rather of a juncture point in the Dresden saga and rather different to all of the preceding novels this collection of short stories was like a breath of fresh air; they are a good mixture of the old Harry – the Chandleresue wise cracking PA of urban fantasy engaged in stand alone cases and other tales told from the viewpoints of secondary characters – Molly Butters even John Marcone – all of which serve to plug gaps and widen out the greater arc of Dresden`s worldThere are even three Big foot tales which add to the Dresden lore and are briefly referenced in the aforementioned 15th novelA satisfying new collection that genuinely rounds out and enriches th


  • Roger Cavanagh

    review Ì Brief Cases Brief CasesI am usually reluctant to read short stories They are a bit like tapas you are really enjoying them and then suddenly there’s no and you feel cheated That’s not the case with “Brief Cases” all the stories were beautifully self contained and ended with satisfying closure There are twelve shorts in the book mostly


  • Kindle Customer

    review Ì Brief Cases Brief CasesBest read if you're up to date on the Dresden Files some spoilers and desperate for a fix before Peace Talks is issued This is a coll


  • M. Notman

    review Ì Brief Cases Brief CasesI was a little worried about the uality of this given the huge wait for the next book but it was a very enjoyable read and the uality of the later stories is just as good as the earlier ones Its so nice to learn a bit about Dresdens characters ive really missed them Fingers crossed for Peace Talks really soon


  • Steve Gardiner

    review Ì Brief Cases Brief CasesAt their best short stories can be effective than novels in examining the world in all its diverse strangeness and this superb collection gives a real insight into the characters inhabiting Harry Dresden's magical universe OutstandingIt's well worth reading at least a couple of the novels in the Dresden Files series before you read these but Jim Butcher introduces each one to discuss his reasons for writing it and where in the storyline it is set