The Rivers of London series is similar to the Laundry novels in that it's about practitioners of magic within the London Police fighting supernatural forces, and I cannot keep any of the books straight. On the plus side, the world's not coming to an end, and I remain absolutely enthralled with Kobna Holdbrook-Smith's narration. I could listen to that guy read a cookbook, and be in tears when he describes what to do when it's time to use the … oven.
Again, lots of great imagination and factual narration. Wish the story made sense. I had no idea what the characters were fighting against or why the entire book. That may be because I wasn't paying attention at some point in the narration, but I don't usually miss knowing what the existential horror that threatens Britain is for the entire book.