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Paul Cornell Books In Order

Publication Order of Horrorscopes Books

Leo (1995) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Demon Knights Series (with Tony Daniel) Books

Seven Against the Dark (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Shadow Police Books

London Falling (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Severed Streets (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Who Killed Sherlock Holmes? (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Witches of Lychford Books

Witches of Lychford (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Lost child of Lychford (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Long Day in Lychford (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

The Uninvited (1997) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Something More (2001) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
British Summertime (2002) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Chalk (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

The Ghosts of Christmas (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Elephant in the Room (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Paul Cornell is a renowned British author, who specializes in the fantasy and science fiction prose, television and comic. Cornell has been nominated for all three media and has even scooped various awards such as the BFSA Awards, an Eagle Award. Cornell is widely known for the Doctor Who television series. Who Killed Sherlock Holmes is Paul Cornell’s most recent novel. Currently, Paul Cornell resides with his wife and son in Gloucester. After completing his college education, Paul Cornell began working on Doctor who fan fiction before he went on to pen down the Doctor Who novels, comics, and audio play as well. Initially, Paul Connelly had earned an opportunity of having a television play, which was organized by BBC. Ever since then, Cornell worked exceedingly hard and made a name for himself with shows such as Holby city and Causality. Cornell eventually became a fan, who had the opportunity to pen his television show.

Cornell then went ahead to work on shows such as Primeval and Robin Hood. He also got the opportunity to pen down two seasons of his television show, Wavelength. Cornell also broke into comics, where he wrote for the three powerhouses, Marvel, 2000AD and DC on titles such as Wolverine, Batman and Robin, Squire, Demon Knights, Action Knight, Pan African Judges and Captain Britain. Cornell was also involved in the creation of the critically acclaimed Saucer County for Vertigo. During his free time, Paul Cornell plays cricket as well as researching Fortean.

Paul Cornel Best Books

London Falling

After the local London crime boss, one Rob Toshack passes away, while undergoing interrogation, four members of the London Metropolitan Service, bump into something within a crime scene that eventually gives them sight. After undergoing some transformation, the four police now have access to a London that is exceedingly dangerous than they would have ever pictured. London Falling is a police procedural novel with a new twist. It is an exceedingly clever urban fantasy, which brings all types of paranormal to policing. London Falling is a book that balances both of these genres perfectly, and it is undeniably one that is exceedingly hard, to put down. After a sting operation, officers Constain, Quinn, Sefton and Ross find out that they possess supernatural powers. An occultist version of the city of London appears before these four cops, and now they can be able to not only view ghosts but also remnants of the past and a suspect who is busy adding a fresh dimension to the case that they had been working on.

With a new set of skills in their possession, these police officers are more than determined to tackle the problems and put an end to the numerous cases that they had been working on. The team begins first by going after a centuries old witch, Mora Lesley, who has a penchant for child sacrifices as well West Ham United. The witch has survived by helping out monsters such as Toshack by using her skills as well as her longevity and evil powers. With that said, Paul Cornel has worked in the television, literary and comic markets, has been recently named in a triple threat by one George RR Martin and it is exceedingly easy to see why the novel, London is falling is a deviously easy novel to start with, before the pressure eventually cranks up. Cornell will be expected to deliver a remarkably impressive story that is not only emotional but also fun read as well.

The Severed Streets

It is the 21st Century, and London is steaming mess of political corruption and social unrest. The effect has the entire police force getting ready for violence in the streets and threats of strikes. It does not take long before a series of murder under extremely strange circumstances. All the victims who were murdered were in enclosed spaces, and the remaining individuals who were present during the killings would not have committed the acts of crime. The lead investigators who possessed a sense of history eventually came to the conclusion that these crimes were committed by Jack the Reaper. After an exceedingly dramatic opening, The Severed Streets settles into an exceedingly perfunctory summation of the events that took place in the first book within this series, London Falling, where Detective Inspector, James Quill and his team of investigators discover that there is a hidden London, one that can only be seen by individuals with a special gift.

Supernatural exists beyond the reality that most of us perceive. There are people who know about the supernatural and use it to their advantage. With this premise in mind, The Severed Streets takes the readers inside the lives of each of James Quill’s team members, as they come to terms with their newly acquired skill sets. For one Lisa Ross, there is an enticing prospect of regaining her father, while for one Tony Constain, it is all about a desire to escape from hell. For each of these characters, there are the challenges of reconciling these new abilities with their day-to-day lives. As the team continues to struggle with their day to day lives, Jack the Reaper strikes once again, causing the London Streets to be exceedingly restless. In this installment, London City is portrayed with a great sense of realism. In contrast to the fantasies that are set in alternate realities and fictional universes, the author Paul Cornell establish a Severed Streets London that is much like the real London. The names and the people are there; people are reading Harry Porter, Neil Gaiman is featured as a character in this book, and there is a looming scandal that involves newspapers and politicians as well.

The third appearance by Gaiman completes this book’s transformation from a supernatural mystery with winks at pop culture to an exceedingly intense and dark story one with death and life consequences for all the characters and a trip through hell for one of the main characters. This, in turn, makes this book, a novel with numerous elements, which would overpower the rest of the story. Gaiman’s appearance would serve as a distracting gimmick. With that said, The Severed Streets is a brilliantly written novel that features well-drawn characters, who are still coming to terms with their newly found skills.

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