The Harry Dresden books series titles are as follows: "Storm Front," "Fool Moon," "Grave Peril," "Summer Knight," "Death Masks," "Blood Rites," "Dead Beat," "Proven Guilty," "White Night," "Small Favor," "Turn Coat," "Changes," "Ghost Story," "Cold Days" and "Skin Game." The series started in 2000, formally called the "Dresden Files," written by Jim Butcher.
The books are a fantasy mystery series following a private investigator wizard as he solves supernatural cases in modern-day Chicago, Illinois. Dresden is the world's only detective wizard, whom accepts cases for soling the mysteries presented by both the human citizens and the creatures of fantasy. Each books follows Dresden as he solves another mystery, but at the same time each is connected, sharing many of the same characters and plot lines.
The book series also spawned an eight-issue comic book series and a short-lived Canadian television series back in 2007. It ended due because it disappointed diehard fans because the show did not follow the books. The show later gained a DVD release, but was never picked up for a second season. Butcher is still writing more books though, as talk of a new book to be released spreads. Butcher also stated that he does not intend to wrap up the series anytime soon.