By: Jim Butcher
Harry Dresden thought being dead would entitle him to some resting in peace, but when he gets to the white light he's sent right back to catch his killer. So now it's back to business as usual only this time: he's a ghost, all the rules are different, and he's the new guy on the block.
Ghost Story is a mix of different and new with the old tried and true. The story contains language and violence, but virtually no sexual content (in comparison to the earlier Dresden Files). I recommend it as a crucial book to the Dresden Fan, but strongly suggest first time readers start with one of the first eleven books. The earlier in the series the better.