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Broken Homes: Book Review

Broken Homes by Ben Aaronovitch

Genre: Urban Fantasy/Crime

Published by Gollancz

A mutilated body is found in Crawley, and the prime suspect is Robert Weil, associate of the twisted magician known as the Faceless Man. 379 more words

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Midnight Riot

I finished reading Midnight Riot yesterday and am dismayed by how long it took to get through this thing.  Well, it has been on my to-be-read Himalaya for years. 725 more words


Police and (book) thieves

Are London West End Police Constables too busy to read? Obviously not and in any case the Charing Cross Met contingent will have to make time for it this Spring. 266 more words


Rivers of London: A Hidden Chapter

Ever wonder how the London Met fends off supernatural criminals in the capital?
Or if ghosts are real?
If Rivers could talk, what would they say…?
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The End of Cityread and a Quiz

As I’m sure you all know – London Cityread 2015 finished on Thursday 30th April and Hillingdon Libraries celebrated this by holding a special Quiz Night in the Great Barn in Ruislip. 176 more words


Cityread 2015 - final events

As Cityread 2015 comes to an end – what a busy month it has been! We would like to share pictures and reports from the final two events that ALAG has been involved with. 542 more words


Whispers Underground: Book Review

Whispers Underground by Ben Aaronovitch

Genre: Supernatural Mystery/ Urban Fantasy

Published by Gollancz

Whispers Underground begins with a grisly murder on the tube as a man is stabbed to death with a shard of pottery. 447 more words

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