Death Masks Characters

Jim Butcher
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Harry Dresden

Harry Dresden is the narrative's central character and first person narrator, a wizard and private investigator who, in this book and in the series of books in which he is also the protagonist, assists both the police and private clients end criminal activities involving paranormal and/or supernatural activities. The narrative never explicitly defines his age, but he seems to be in his mid-to-late thirties, his attitude towards his abilities, his relationships and his work defined by an edgy, awkward balance between youthful, impulsive over-confidence and a more mature, almost cynical, wisdom born of experience. He has substantial paranormal abilities, which he generally focuses (like a certain other wizard named Harry) through enchantments, potions, physical tools, and weaponry. There are hints, in the narrative, of a mysterious past (also like that other wizard named Harry) - a mother who, like her son, had substantial paranormal powers but...

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