Laundry Files Series
Laundry Files books in order
The multiple Hugo Award-winning Laundry Files series follows the exploits of a former tech support worker now-turned field agent, Bob Howard, at the Laundry, a top secret British intelligence agency dedicated to protecting the cosmos and the human race from nefarious supernatural phenomenon beyond spacetime. Starting off with The Atrocity Archives,…
9 books in series
#1The Atrocity Archives
Explore a world of spycraft, parallel universes, and monstrous elder gods in this thrilling novel. Follow Bob Howard, a low-level techie for a super-secret government agency who gets Noticed and thrust into a dangerous world of espionage and otherworldly threats. The first book in the Laundry Files series is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
#2The Jennifer Morgue
A thrilling tale of espionage and the supernatural, follow Bob Howard, a member of a secret UK agency fighting against evil, as he boards a yacht and embarks on a mission to prevent the raising of the monstrous Jennifer Morgue, who threatens to rule the world. With conflict between agencies and a virtual game thrown into the mix, this is a must-read for fans of action-packed sci-fi.
#3The Fuller Memorandum
Computational demonologist Bob Howard is on a mission to find the missing Fuller Memorandum before the world is destroyed. With suspected theft, Russian agents, ancient demons, and a death cult on his tail, Bob must use his expertise to save humanity.
#4The Apocalypse Codex
In "The Apocalypse Codex," hero Bob Howard is on track for a promotion in the super-secret British government agency tasked with defending the realm from occult threats. He discovers the company employs freelancers for sensitive missions, including investigating an American televangelist who is mysteriously involved in British politics. In a global threat, Bob must make sure the unpredictable Persephone Hazard doesn't cause an international incident.
#5The Rhesus Chart
Discover a supernatural thriller about an intelligence agent working for 'the Laundry', a top secret government agency that deals with occult powers threatening the realm. Although they've handled many threats, they've never come across vampires until a team of investment bankers develops an arcane algorithm that turns them into blood-craving creatures. Join Bob Howard in his fight against the literal bloodsuckers running London's financial district in The Rhesus Chart by Charles Stross.
#6The Annihilation Score
A sci-fi spy thriller featuring the Laundry, a top secret agency that battles supernatural threats. Dr. Mo O'Brien is appointed as police liaison during a recovery period where everyday citizens develop superpowers. Mo must tackle police bureaucracy and politicians all while dealing with her crumbling marriage and the absence of her trusty weapon, Lecter. Meanwhile, a mysterious figure known as Dr. Freudstein threatens to cause chaos.
#7The Nightmare Stacks
A former hopeful faces the challenges of being a vampire in Britain's only counter-occult agency. His first assignment takes him back to his hometown, where he has to balance his job and his "condition" while preparing for multiple apocalypses. The only light in his life is a student named Cassie, who has secrets of her own. Can he balance it all without his parents finding out? Find out in this thrilling read.
#8The Delirium Brief
A Laundry Files Novel
The Delirium Brief is a comedic dark fantasy novel that follows Bob Howard, an agent in the Laundry, a secret British government agency dedicated to protecting the world from unspeakable horrors beyond spacetime. When the Laundry's existence becomes public, a horror far more terrifying than any demon arises as the British government seeks to privatize their services. Bob Howard and his managers must consider the unthinkable: a coup against the British government itself.
#9The Labyrinth Index
A Lovecraftian horror meets political satire in this thrilling read. After an elder god takes over as Prime Minister of the UK, Mhari Murphy finds herself leading a team to America to deal with a thousand-mile storm and a government infiltrated by the Black Chamber. With forgotten presidents, vampiric dragnets, and Cthulhu summoning, The Labyrinth Index is a chaotic ride.