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The Rhesus Chart: A Laundry Files novel LONDON CAN DRAIN THE LIFE OUT OF YOUBob Howard Is An Intelligence Agent Working His Way Through The Ranks Of The Top Secret Government Agency Known As The Laundry When Occult Powers Threaten The Realm, They Ll Be There To Clean Up The Mess And Deal With The WitnessesThere S One Kind Of Threat That The Laundry Has Never Come Across In Its Many Decades, And That S Vampires Mention Them To A Seasoned Agent And You Ll Be Laughed Out Of The RoomBut When A Small Team Of Investment Bankers At One Of Canary Wharf S Most Distinguished Financial Institutions Discovers An Arcane Algorithm That Leaves Them Fearing Daylight And Craving O Positive, Someone Doesn T Want The Laundry To Know And Bob Gets Caught Right In The Middle


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4 thoughts on “The Rhesus Chart: A Laundry Files novel

  1. says:

    I ve had the first book in the series, The Atrocity Archives for several months and bought this book almost by accident Having started it I thought I d be better off going back to the first in the series and come to this book without jumping into the middle.So now in the past 4 weeks I ve brought myself up to date with The Laundry, Bob Howard and his gradually move from Nerd to


  2. says:

    The Laundry is the UK s secret Anti Occult Security Service Their mandate to protect us from everything that slithers, crawls or goes bump in the dark We live in a world of unimaginable horrors not to mention the bureaucratic paperwork behind the scenes, Civil Service remember Demons, Unicorns, Elder Gods, Magical Cultists, Zombies Sorry Residual Human Resources The Laundry is fo


  3. says:

    It s the curse of the long running series, I guess After a while, the author feels the need to pull the rug out completely from under the status quo How you judge the book depends on how you react to the changes.This is one of those books.For me, the plot felt like it didn t so much twist as lurch from one track to another I didn t feel things were as cohesive as previous entries i


  4. says:

    Charles Strosses Laundry novels are perhaps some of the most entertainingly clever and imaginative written versions of a modern Lovecraftian spy thriller you will ever read.I am so glad I ve read and reread them several times This one however, is not as strong as the others, perhaps for several reasons Firstly, it feels a bit padded An awful lot of explaining and re explaining every


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