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January 09, 2010

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Sounds cracking!

This sounds just irresistible. I'd never heard of the Necropolis Railway before, but it sounds like a perfect setting.

Great review.
London is my favorite town and I read a lot of books about it. I prefer the Victorian age.
My current read is DROOD by Dan Simmons.

I would like to add some information. The Necropolis Railway is the first book of The Jim Stringer series (six books so far). For more information visit Andrew Martin's website: http://www.jimstringernovels.com

If you are interest in more railway detective stories then you should have a look at the Inspector Robert Colbeck series by Edward Marston.
For more information visit the Edward Marston website:
http://www.edwardmarston.com

Thanks for all your comments. And particaularly thanks for the links EdiFanoB.

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