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    Definitely worth it

    Finally some author got it. First, it's a very thrilling book, second it has magic and humour (the first I don't need, but the second is mandatory) and third a police man with ethics. This is Harry Potter the Thriller, so adults can get in on the act :-)
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    Really rather good!

    Having been hooked by Rivers of London I guess I expected the plot just to bound onward, but it didn't. Ben could have stuck to a good formula but I realise now, having read all five, that he doesn't do this. You get something different every time. Excellent character and basic premise continuity but a new turn of plot in each new book. The new content doesn't disturb the continuity of what's already been laid down at all, the characters just develop a little, discover, adapt... It was on closing Moon Over Soho, no. 2, that I downloaded the next three. I didn't want to read anything else.
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    Paranormal policing

    Aaronovitch writes a snappy convoluted story wrapped up in tongue in cheek policing. He dallies with ethics, explores what's 'normal' and entertains, all at once. Fun and witty with it.
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    Moon over Soho

    The plot certainly thickens in this episode. Brilliant! love these keep them coming!
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    Moon Over Soho!

    What a great read. I enjoy the humor, pace and story lines of PC Grant's adventures. Hopefully they will find their way on to TV or film!
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