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    Riveting

    Tbird book in the series- I thoroughly enjoyed every single one. Hoping the author writes a follow up.
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    Good book

    Nicely paced story but no real high points just an intreageing feel. I look forward to reading more of his books.
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    Better and better

    I truly like this series more and more with each book. It is not a stupid thriller, but am intelligent one, asking interesting questions. On to part four...
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    Underground

    Intriguing with a good knowledge of London and the underground An absorbing story line and all aspects joined together for finale
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    I knew they were down there

    Retained: Excellent basic formula. Added: Another entirely new plot for it and through which the characters develop. Two maybe three excellently formed new characters with not too much and not too little development here and plenty of potential for them to come back and form. Another new direction of story, not just a follow on from no. 2 just as no. 2 wasn't just a follow-on from Rivers of London. But this isn't discontinuity, it doesn't jar, it flows, like the lifeblood of the genus loci.
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