A for "Grave Peril" by Jim Butcher
This was another thoroughly entertaining story in the life of Harry Dresden, wizard. Butcher tends to start all of his Dresden novels with an immediate hook and then expands things as he goes. What I found to be remarkably well done is the fact that he alludes to previous events in other novels in a way that new readers will appreciate and isn't overdone for readers who have read previous books. Dresden is a fantastic character, and there are some new additions to the novel that lead me to believe that future novels will be even better. I look forward to reading them. Definitely a must-read if you're a Jim Butcher fan (or Dresden fan, or a fan of being entertained).