Posts Tagged ‘Ben Aaronovitch’

The latest instalment from Ben Aaronovitch is ‘Whispers Under Ground’.

It was published a few weeks ago now, but sadly I haven’t yet found time to read it.

This time Peter is taken into the London Underground to fight supernatural crime. I’m really looking forward to it.

Couldn’t find a video at all for this one, but the website can be found here.

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Ben Aaronovitch’s ‘Moon Over Soho’, I am sure you have guessed, is set in London’s Soho district. This is the second outing for hero Peter Grant of the Metropolitan Police, and whilst I felt it wasn’t quite as good as the first, it’s a fun romp with our favourite conjuring copper.

Once again there is no trailer, so here’s and interview to watch instead.

More information about Ben and his books can be found at The Folly.

Ben Aaronovitch has begun his series of magical police procedurals with ‘Rivers of London’ which is set in and around Covent Garden.

This is a fantastic start to an entertaining series, one I would definitely recommend to anyone that loves a clever plot with a sarcastic hero.

I couldn’t find a trailer to link here, but I did find an interesting interview with Ben for you to watch instead.

Ben also has a really nice website.