Description[edit | edit source]
It's surrounded by a nine-foot wall with security cameras. The area inside the walls is wooded with thick sycamores, poplars and evergreens. The grounds are magnificent, like out of a magazine and the size of a small golf course. A huge white house stands with a veranda as large as a dance floor. Behind the house there is a series of finely-lit gardens that terrace down a sloping hill toward a vale containing a swimming pool that looked like a pond. There are two hillocks at the left side of the vale, one bearing a small ruined shrine replica as decoration. There is lighting at intervals and trees dotting the grounds. Near the center of the vale there is a ring of thick evergreens that conceal something at their center. The whole place is bathed in silver moonlight.
In the series[edit | edit source]
Fool Moon[edit | edit source]
In Fool Moon, Harry Dresden gives Agent Roger Harris a message to give to Phillip Denton: to meet him at Marcone's estate at moonrise. That he knows Denton plans to be there when MacFinn shows up (in Loup-garou form).
In an attempt to stop the killings, Dresden gathers all the interested parties at Marcone's for one big showdown.