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Review: Rivers of London: Night Witch #2.4

Desperate to find his missing daughter, Russian oligarch Nestor Yakunin has resorted to extreme methods – he has kidnapped innocent civilians to force Peter Grant and Thomas Nightingale – London’s elite wizarding policemen – to help in the search. 138 more words

Comics

Ross Reads... #1

I need to read more and so I am going to try and hold myself to account by doing a new thing – at the end of each week or at random intervals dependent on my workload and lifeload, I will reveal and review what I have been reading, regardless of whether I have finished or not. 448 more words

Autobiography

Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch

This was described to me as Harry Potter has grown up and joined the Met Police. It’s pretty close. This the story of Peter Grant. We join him as a probationary constable but that time is coming to an end. 388 more words

Books

2016 - June

June was the month of launching the Aurealis Awards, of which I am running almost alone this year. It was also taken up with the Australian election during the last week, as I worked as a rural pre-vote officer after hours in addition to my day job. 1,109 more words

Martha Wells

Preview: Rivers of London: Night Watch #2.4

RIVERS OF LONDON: NIGHT WITCH #2.4

Writers: Ben Aaronovitch & Andrew Cartmel
Artist: Lee Sullivan
Colors: Luis Guerrero
Cover A: Lee Sullivan
Cover B: Josh Cassara… 85 more words

Comics

People of London

”My Dad says that being a Londoner has nothing to do with where you’re born. He says that there are people who get off a jumbo jet at Heathrow, go through immigration waving any kind of passport, hop on the tube and by the time the train’s pulled into Piccadilly Circus they’ve become a Londoner.”

Ben Aaronovitch, Moon Over Soho, 2011

London

Review - Rivers Of London Night Witch #4 (of 5) (Titan Comics)

Publisher: Titan Comics
Writer(s): Ben Aaronovitch & Andrew Cartmel
Artist: Lee Sullivan, Luis Guerrero (Colours)
Release Date: 29th June 2016 316 more words

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