Moon Over Soho is incredibly entertaining. I've got a big gay crush on the Peter Grant. I enjoy his wide eyed enthusiasm for everything. I'm also enjoying the side commentary about being dark skinned in England. My experience with the country was there was little to no overt racism that I ever encountered, but I could easily see the Proper British Stiff Lips giving constant mild derision and silly kinds of phrases to darker folks. Racial issues in most literature I've read is either from the perspective of The Majority, or is a major part of the narrative in and of itself. Approaching the topic from an angle makes it compelling. I winced a little when Peter talks about how his skin is going to mark him in certain areas, and when he met the Muslim policewoman and he commented that as they were both minorities they would of course have to talk about that.