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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

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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

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Ben Aaronovitch's visit to Hillingdon

On Thursday 23rd April Hillingdon had the pleasure of hosting Ben Aaronovitch, author of Rivers of London, on his tour of all 33 London Boroughs for Cityread 2015. 335 more words

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Ben Aaronovitch's visit to Hillingdon

On Thursday 23rd April Hillingdon had the pleasure of hosting Ben Aaronovitch, author of Rivers of London, on his tour of all 33 London Boroughs for Cityread 2015. 336 more words

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Charmed in Charing Cross

Day 17 of Ben Aaaronvitch’s epic trek, visiting every London Borough to talk about his Cityread book Rivers of London, and it was time to revisit the ‘scene of the crime’ – or as near as you get to it in library terms – when he came to… 289 more words

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Lost Rivers of London

Throughout April it’s been Cityread-a-go-go in Westminster Libraries, with reading group discussions, author visits, children’s crafts and a range of other events, all tying in with the Rivers of London Cityread theme. 305 more words

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