Fantasy/Mystery Novels

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The novels in these series mix up the genres with a blend of fantasy and mystery.

Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher
Meet Harry Dresden, a professional wizard and investigator with a consulting practice in modern-day Chicago. Dresden’s profession offers him little money, lots of mockery, the suspicion of his magical colleagues, and plenty of danger.

Turn Coat book jacket

The Hollows (Rachel Morgan) series by Kim Harrison
Rachel Morgan, a witch, solves mysteries in an alternate Cincinnati where vampires, werewolves, witches and warlocks live among human beings.

Dead Witch Walking book jacket

Garrett P.I. series by Glen Cook
Garrett, a human being and freelance private investigator, works in a fantasy world full of gnomes, elves, vampires, wizards, centaurs, witches, and trolls.

Sweet Silver Blues book jacket

Kitty Norville series by Carrie Vaughn
Kitty Norville, a midnight DJ for a Denver radio station – and werewolf – hosts "The Midnight Hour," a late-night advice show for the supernatural.

Kitty and the Midnight Hour book jacket

Vlad Taltos series by Steven Brust
Follow the wise-cracking assassin Vlad Taltos and his dragon-like companion in this fantasy series full of action and mystery.

Jhereg book jacket

Some book series descriptions provided by BookLetters.

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