Moon Over Soho

Moon Over Soho

Large Print - 2015 | Large print edition
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Peter Grant is not just a lowly detective constable: he's also apprenticed to the last wizard in Britain! Policing will never be the same again!
Publisher: Rearsby, Leicester : 2015. W. F. Howes,
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781471294815
Branch Call Number: LT AARO

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heavenne
Dec 04, 2018

***Spoilers ahead you’ve been warned***

It is advisable to read the first one before you get into Moon Over Soho. You’re pretty much carrying on right after the events in the first book so it’s always better to get the background information before carrying on :)

I was pleased with this one, complete with rather macabre scenes that will stick with me for a while. I still enjoy the way it’s being narrated by Peter Grant. He tells it pretty bluntly and explains well for some of us who don’t live in London which helps understand the setting more. The setting is dark and gritty, just right to complement the mystery that is prevalent to the case. The mix with the supernatural blends quite well with real life London, I believe it’s probably even more enjoyable to read for those that are quite familiar to the city.

Supporting characters and some new ones are featured in the book. It’s nice to see Leslie again despite what happened to her (ahh but the ending though!). Peter takes a lot of beating (both verbal and physical) during the book which is to be expected. He does have a thing with Simone that covers a good latter part of the book which is ok, although I thought it provided a lot of filler and it slowed the pace down considerably. You almost wanted to ask; “Peter, don’t you have a case to work on?”

It proved to be a quick read with a good open cliffhanger ending with the mystery of The ‘Faceless One’ which makes the series even more intriguing at this point. I’ll be definitely be picking up the third one. A great series to read so far!

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ApollosRaven
Sep 14, 2018

Rivers of London series, no. 2. Jazz musician dies -- of magic.

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Rumpel11
Nov 15, 2017

2nd title in the Rivers of London series

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Rumpel11
Nov 15, 2017

2nd title in the Rivers of London series

Deunan Nov 09, 2011

My favourite of the two in this series so far. The jazz vampires are great.

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Benvolia
Oct 19, 2016

Benvolia thinks this title is suitable for 17 years and over

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