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Nicholas Christian

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Nicholas Christian was a human private investigator and owner of Ragged Angel Investigations. He first appears in the short story "Restoration of Faith".


Nick Christian main job is to find lost children. but also takes divorces to pay the bills.[1]

Harry Dresden once worked for him for three years, gaining his licence as a Private Investigator, which allowed him to start his own business.[2]

Nick is short, out-of-shape, over fifty, has dark eyes, sharp and quick, and a large bald spot. He has a pot belly and dressed in an undershirt, and boxer shorts.[1]

The Astor case had been about a lost little girl whose parents claimed she had been abducted. They hired Nick and his apprentice Harry Dresden. The child had not been abducted but pointed the finger at Nick and Harry as the perps. They got her back without going to jail and the judge threw out the case. It cost Nick about two thousand dollars.[1]

In the seriesEdit

Death MasksEdit

Main article: Death Masks

In Death Masks, Harry says he had a lot of  different jobs when he first came to Chicago, until he hooked up with Nick at Ragged Angels. One of his jobs was dancing with seniors.[3]

Turn CoatEdit

Main article: Turn Coat

In Turn Coat, Vincent Graver knows Harry used to work for him.[4]

Ghost StoryEdit

Main article: Ghost Story

In Ghost Story, Harry's ghost took Fitz to Ragged Angel to get information to find Morty. He doesn't trust Fitz, but Fitz told him enough to prove Harry sent him. Mollified, Nick told Fitz about a group that the gangs call the Big Hoods because they all wear hoodies with hoods up all the time, they can be found under the Eisenhower Expressway.[1]


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