The Jennifer Morgue

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Penguin, Jan 6, 2009 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Bob Howard, geekish demonology hacker extraordinaire for "The Laundry," must stop ruthless billionaire Ellis Billington from unleashing an eldritch horror, codenamed "Jennifer Morgue," from the ocean's depths for the purpose of ruling the world...

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awesome if you ignore the james bond reference - Goodreads
Interesting plot device. - Goodreads
Strong characters, good plot. - Goodreads
The plot of this book doesn't quite come together. - Goodreads
I hope he continues writing this series. - Goodreads
There was no enough "showing" of the plot. - Goodreads

Review: The Jennifer Morgue (Laundry Files #2)

User Review  - Steven Bragg - Goodreads

This book has at least five layers of plot that the main character must disentangle. The main problem is that the whole point of the plot is to keep this central character in the dark on virtually ... Read full review

Review: The Jennifer Morgue (Laundry Files #2)

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

No spoilers. Do you like James Bond with a twist, a dose of high-tech, and a side help of monsters? Read full review

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Charles Stross was born in Leeds, England in 1964. He holds degrees in pharmacy and computer science, and has worked in a variety of jobs including pharmacist, technical author, software engineer, and freelance journalist. He is now a full-time writer.

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