Side Jobs (The Dresden Files)

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Side Jobs
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Author Jim Butcher
Illustrator Christian McGrath
Country United States
Language English
Series The Dresden Files
Genre Fantasy/Mystery novel
Publisher Roc Hardcover
Publication date
October 26, 2010 (hardcover—US only)
November 11, 2010 (audio book)
Media type Print (hardcover)
Preceded by Changes

Side Jobs is collection of stories set in Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files series, an ongoing series about wizard detective Harry Dresden. It contains 11 stories of various lengths.

Title Originally published in/by Position in series timeline Published
A Restoration of Faith[1] Jim-Butcher.com Before Storm Front
Vignette[2] Jim-Butcher.com Between Death Masks and Blood Rites
Something Borrowed My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding Between Dead Beat and Proven Guilty October 3, 2006, ISBN 0-312-34360-4
It's My Birthday, Too Many Bloody Returns Between White Night and Small Favor September 4, 2007, ISBN 0-441-01522-0
Heorot My Big Fat Supernatural Honeymoon Between White Night and Small Favor December 26, 2007, ISBN 0-312-37504-2
Day Off Blood Lite Between Small Favor and Turn Coat October 21, 2008, ISBN 1-4165-6783-6
Backup Subterranean Press Between Small Favor and Turn Coat October 31, 2008, ISBN 1-59606-182-0
The Warrior Mean Streets Between Small Favor and Turn Coat, and before "Last Call" (see below) January 6, 2009, ISBN 978-0-451-46249-7
Last Call Strange Brew Between Small Favor and Turn Coat July 7, 2009, ISBN 978-0-312-38336-7
Love Hurts Songs of Love and Death: Tales of Star-Crossed Love Between Turn Coat and Changes November 16, 2010, ISBN 978-1-439-15014-6[3]
Aftermath N/A (a new novella written for this anthology) Shortly after the end of Changes

Backup is told from the point of view of Harry Dresden's half-brother, Thomas Raith. Mike Mignola contributed illustrations for the original printing; those are not in this book. Aftermath is told from the point of view of Harry's longtime friend in the Chicago Police Department, Karrin Murphy. It includes translations to and from "Martian," the dialect of men.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://jim-butcher.com/books/dresden/restoration/
  2. ^ http://www.jim-butcher.com/books/dresden/vignette/
  3. ^ "Songs of Love & Death: All Original Tales of Star Crossed Love". WorldCat. OCLC 555639805.