Consider for a moment that magic is real, as real as science, in fact. Now consider the type of person who could or would wield such a power. Such a character would need to be nearly saint-like to avoid abusing such immense abilities. In Jim Butcher’s Storm Front, we are introduced to Harry Dresden, a private investigator who happens to be a wizard. While not a saint, Dresden is a good man in a bad world, an archetypal crime noir hero with just a hint of magic.