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Aaronovitch at a Forbidden Planet event
|Born||1964 (age 52-53)|
|Notable works||Rivers of London|
Remembrance of the Daleks
|Spouse||Marie Aaronovitch (nee Fofana) (m. 1992)|
|Relatives||Sam Aaronovitch, Owen Aaronovitch, David Aaronovitch|
Ben Denis Aaronovitch (born 1964) is a British author. He is best known for the best-selling Rivers of London series of novels, as well as writing two Doctor Who serials in the late 1980s and other spin-off novels from the series.
Aaronovitch is the son of the late economist Sam Aaronovitch, a senior member of the Communist Party of Great Britain, and the younger brother of actor Owen Aaronovitch and journalist David Aaronovitch. He attended Holloway School.
Aaronovitch wrote two Doctor Who serials Remembrance of the Daleks (1988) and Battlefield (1989) for BBC television, and also the novelization of the former. He wrote one episode for Casualty (1990) and was then a regular writer on science fiction series Jupiter Moon. He subsequently wrote or co-wrote three Doctor Who spin-off novels in the Virgin Publishing New Adventures range; he created the character Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart who became a semi-regular in the New Adventures. He has also written a novel and several short stories published by Big Finish Productions featuring the character of Bernice Summerfield, who was originally developed in the New Adventures. He also co-wrote a Doctor Who audio drama for Big Finish, and has written a number of Blake's 7 spin-off audio dramas.
Aaronovitch currently lives in Wimbledon and is working on a series of urban fantasy police procedurals (Rivers of London).
Remembrance of the Daleks (1988) Battlefield (1989)
Episode 69 (1990) Episode 70 (1990) Episode 80 (1990) Episode 81 (1990) Episode 95 (1990) Episode 119 (1996) Episode 120 (1996) Episode 131 (1996) Episode 132 (1996) Episode 148 (1996)
Rebel (2007) When Vila Met Gan (2008) Eye of the Machine (2008) Blood and Earth (2009)
Earth Aid (with Andrew Cartmel; 2011)
Novelisations Remembrance of the Daleks Virgin New Adventures Transit The Also People So Vile a Sin (with Kate Orman)
Rivers of London (known as Midnight Riot in the U.S.) (2011) ISBN 9781782761877 Moon Over Soho (2011) ISBN 9780345524591 Whispers Under Ground (2012) ISBN 9780345524614 Broken Homes (2013) ISBN 9780575132467 Foxglove Summer (2014) ISBN 9780575132504 The Hanging Tree (3 November 2016 in the UK, 31 January 2017 in the US) ISBN 9780575132559 The Furthest Station (28 September 2017) ISBN 9781473222427
Body Work #1 - 16 July 2015 Body Work #2 - 19 August 2015 Body Work #3 - 16 September 2015 Body Work #4 - 21 October 2015 Body Work #5 - 20 November 2015 Body Work (Collection/Graphic Novel) - 29 March 2016
Night Witch #1 - 16 March 2016 Night Witch #2 - 13 April 2016 Night Witch #3 - 18 May 2016 Night Witch (Collection/Graphic Novel) - 1 November 2016
Black Mould #1 - 12 October 2016 Black Mould #2 - 16 November 2016 Black Mould #3 - 21 December 2016 Black Mould #4 - 1 February 2017 Black Mould #5 - 8 March 2017 Black Mould (Collection/Graphic Novel) - 25 July 2017
Detective Stories #1 - 7 June 2017 Detective Stories #2 - 12 July 2017 Detective Stories #3 - 9 August 2017 Detective Stories #4 - 13 September 2017 Detective Stories (Collection/Graphic Novel) - 29 December 2017
Gone Fishing in Short Trips: Time Signature Walking Backwards for Christmas in Something Changed The Evacuation of Bernice Summerfield Considered as a Short Film by Terry Gilliam in Missing Adventures
The Home Crowd Advantage in the 'London Edition' of Rivers of London and on his official website The Domestic in the special Waterstones edition of Whispers Under Ground The Cockpit in the special Waterstones edition of Broken Homes The Loneliness of the Long Distance Granny in the special Waterstones edition of Foxglove Summer A Rare Book of Cunning Device in a special Audible-only edition read by Kobna Holdbrook-Smith