Book: Ben Aaronovitch «Moon Over Soho»

Moon Over Soho

Производитель: "Orion Books"

I was my dad`s vinyl-wallah: I changed his records while he lounged around drinking tea, and that`s how I know my Argo from my Tempo. And it`s why, when Dr Walid called me to the morgue to listen to a corpse, I recognised the tune it was playing. Something violently supernatural had happened to the victim, strong enough to leave its imprint like a wax cylinder recording. Cyrus Wilkinson, part-time jazz saxophonist and full-time accountant, had apparently dropped dead of a heart attack just after finishing a gig in a Soho jazz club. He wasn`t the first. No one was going to let me exhume corpses to see if they were playing my tune, so it was back to old-fashioned legwork, starting in Soho, the heart of the scene. I didn`t trust the lovely Simone, Cyrus`ex-lover, professional jazz kitten and as inviting as a Rubens`portrait, but I needed her help: there were monsters stalking Soho, creatures feeding off that special gift that separates the great musician from someone who can raise a decent tune. What they take is beauty. What they leave behind is sickness, failure and broken lives. And as I hunted them, my investigation got tangled up in another story: a brilliant trumpet player, Richard`Lord`Grant - my father - who managed to destroy his own career, twice. That`s the thing about policing: most of the time you`re doing it to maintain public order. Occasionally you`re doing it for justice. And maybe once in a career, you`re doing it for revenge. ISBN:978-0-575-09762-9

Издательство: "Orion Books" (2011)

ISBN: 978-0-575-09762-9

Купить за 613 грн (только Украина) в

Другие книги автора:

КнигаОписаниеГодЦенаТип книги
Foxglove SummerFoxglove Summer — Подробнее...2015889бумажная книга
Whispers Under GroundWhispers Under Ground — Подробнее...2015889бумажная книга

Ben Aaronovitch

Ben Aaronovitch
Born 1964 (age 46–47)
London, England
Occupation Writer
Nationality English

Ben Denis Aaronovitch (born 1964) is a London-born British writer who has worked on television series including Doctor Who, Casualty, Jupiter Moon and Dark Knight. He is the son of the late economist and Communist[1] Sam Aaronovitch, younger brother of actor Owen Aaronovitch and British journalist David Aaronovitch.[2]

As well as writing the Doctor Who serials Remembrance of the Daleks and Battlefield,[3] he has also written three spin-off novels in the Virgin Publishing New Adventures range, a new Bernice Summerfield novel and several short stories for Big Finish Productions.[4] He created the ongoing Doctor Who character Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart, who has never appeared in the television series, but has appeared in various spin-offs.

He is currently working on a series of urban fantasy police procedurals the first of which, "Rivers of London", has achieved considerable success.[5]




Doctor Who novelisations

Virgin New Adventures

Other novels

Rivers of London

  • Rivers of London/Midnight Riot (US title) (2011)[7]
  • Moon Over Soho (2011)
  • Whispers Under Ground (2012)

Short stories

  • Gone Fishing in Short Trips: Time Signature
  • Walking Backwards for Christmas in Something Changed
  • The Evacuation of Bernice Summerfield Considered as a Short Film by Terry Gilliam in Missing Adventures


  • Rebel (2007)
  • When Vila Met Gan (2008)
  • Eye of the Machine (2008)
  • Blood and Earth (2009)


External links