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Luna Wolf Moon – Ian McDonald 

I received this book from Netgalley in return for an honest review.  The second book in a science fiction series set to rival Games of Thrones with its political subterfuge, hidden secrets on a location which has no easy escape route, the Moon. I loved the first book and requested the second as soon as… Continue reading Luna Wolf Moon – Ian McDonald 

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Zenith (The Androma Saga) – Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings

  Captaining the all-female crew of the Maurader, Androma - or Andi as she’s known to her crew – is known to the rest of the galaxy as the Bloody Baroness. A fearsome captain who will do whatever is required to complete her mission she is haunted by the mistakes of her past. Well, that’s… Continue reading Zenith (The Androma Saga) – Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings

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Ragdoll – Daniel Cole

I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review. We begin in 2010 as Samantha Boyd walks in London's Old Baily where she is one of the jurors to one of the most high profile cases; a man is on trial for the murder of multiple girls who he sets fire to after their… Continue reading Ragdoll – Daniel Cole

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Moon Over Soho – Ben Aaronovitch 

This will contain spoilers of this book and Rivers of London. The second instalment of Aaronovitch's series following directly on after the concluding events of Rivers of London. Having only read the first book a few weeks before I couldn't wait to pick this one up. Firstly we are given an update on Lesley -… Continue reading Moon Over Soho – Ben Aaronovitch 

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A Room Full of Killers – Michael Wood

  I received this book from Netgalley for an honest review. The third instalment to DCI Matilda Darke's story as she and her team hunt for a killer in a youth offenders centre housing some of the most dangerous child killers. Haunted by the case of her career she must try to hold it together… Continue reading A Room Full of Killers – Michael Wood

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Rivers of London – Ben Aaronovitch

A London detective story with a supernatural twist; Peter Grant is a probationary constable about to get his posting within the Metropolitan police force when he encounters an apparent ghost while guarding a crime scene. When back at the station he is assigned to the “Case Progression Unit” where his primary job will be to… Continue reading Rivers of London – Ben Aaronovitch

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Blackheath – Gabriella Lepore

Blackheath, an old mansion that is barely standing, and abandoned by the family that inhabited it. Of course the family is an all-powerful family of witches which has come home to train its Chosen One as the other witch families begin recruitment. Maggie, the protagonist, goes to school with the Chosen One’s younger brother, Joe.… Continue reading Blackheath – Gabriella Lepore