If you have not picked up ‘The Rivers of London’ series by Ben Aaronovitch. This is the fourth of a wonderful urban fantasy/detective series set in London and its surrounding areas. 388 more words
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On 23 April 2014 I will be taking part in World Book Night’s 250,000 book giveaway to celebrate and share a love of reading. 35% of the population don’t currently read for pleasure: in teenagers and young adults, that figure is as high as 46%; and in men, 42%. 85 more words
We would like to invite you to a murder… a murder most magical!
In association with the Bristol Crime Fiction Convention taking place the same weekend, the budding Jessica Fletchers at BristolCon are putting on an evening of MURDER! 208 more words
This review will not written with the same structure as my other reviews. The only way I can explain why is due to Audible. Firstly let me make a point of saying that I am not the biggest fan of Audible but it really does help when out and about when you do not want to end up driving or walking into a street lamp. 119 more words
I truly enjoyed this book. Our quirky, magical Deputy Constable becomes the Jazz Police in the sequel to Midnight Riot. Peter Grant, self believed ladies man, humorously navigates some rather awkward romantic relationships with magical creatures amongst his regular police work duties. 237 more words