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London Underground

My book club decided on reading London Falling by Paul Cornell. Apparently, Cornell wrote some episodes of Dr. Who and I’m sorry to say that I’ve never seen the show, though I am fully aware of its large fan base. 238 more words


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My review of SCARS by Paul Murray OP is in this week’s Tablet.

My interview with the fabulous Paul Cornell (author of LONDON FALLING) is… 27 more words


Friend a Day - Paul Cornell

This is my final installment for CONvergence week.

Paul Cornell was a Guest of Honor at CONvergence 2010 and he, like most of our guests, left completely in love with the convention.  352 more words

Friend A Day

In Conversation with Paul Cornell

The dark is rising . . . Detective Inspector James Quill is about to complete the drugs bust of his career. Then his prize suspect Rob Toshack is murdered in custody. 1,083 more words

Fiction: 21st Century

The Severed Streets ~ Paul Cornell

In the dog days at the end of last year I stumbled across London Falling the first of Paul Cornell’s novels about DI James Quinn and the other members of his team of London police personnel involved in investigating a series of events that no self-respecting DI would really want to admit were happening.   152 more words

Book Reviews

Coming up on Vulpes Libris

It’s all rather off-the-wall this week: psychogeography, cryptobotany, cyberpunk, talking cats, severed heads, urban fantasy and Lark Rise to Candleford. Hold on to your hats. This is going to get weird. 84 more words