Production info

The Boone Identity
USA, 2007

TV-series The Dresden Files

Paul Blackthorne, Valerie Cruz, Terrence Mann
Directed by James A. Contner


Harry Dresden is called in to solve the mystery of how an Egyptian tablet called The Lock of Anubis and some Egyptian tattoos relate to a dead girl's ghost haunting her father.

Episode 2 from "The Dresden Files", an American television series based on the fantasy/mystery novels by Jim Butcher that follow the adventures of private investigator and wizard Harry Dresden as he recounts investigations into supernatural disturbances in modern-day Chicago. The series ran for only twelve episodes over one season.

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