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By Ben Aaronovitch
Ben Aaronovitch has stormed the bestseller checklist together with his outstanding London crime sequence. a different combination of police procedural, loving element in regards to the maximum personality of all, London, and a splash of the supernatural.
A mutilated physique in Crawley. one other killer at the unfastened. The best suspect is one Robert Weil; an affiliate of the twisted magician referred to as the Faceless guy? or simply a standard or backyard serial killer?
Before workstation Peter furnish can get his head around the case a city planner going below a tube educate and a stolen grimoire are including to his case-load.
So some distance so London.
But then Peter will get be aware of whatever very strange taking place in Elephant and chateau, on an housing property designed by means of a nutter, equipped by means of charlatans and inhabited through the actually desperate.
Is there a connection?
And if there's, why oh why did it must be South of the River?
Full of heat, sly humour and a wealthy cornucopia of items you by no means knew approximately London, Aaronovitch's sequence has quickly extra Grant's magical London to Rebus' Edinburgh and Morse's Oxford as a vacation spot of selection in the event you love their crime with anything a bit additional.
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