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The Hanging Tree: dancing the Tyburn jig

Peter Grant is back in London – and Lady Tyburn wants to call in a long-owed favour. But when it becomes clear that the case involves an untimely death, ancient magical artefacts being sold on eBay and the Faceless Man himself, Peter knows this it can’t be swept under the carpet – even for an influential Mayfair goddess… 662 more words

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The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch

The Blurb On The Back:

There’s something going bump on the Metropolitan line and Sergeant Jaget Jumar knows exactly who to call. 

It’s PC Peter Grant’s speciality … 452 more words

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Week 2 - Rivers of London // Booktober 2017

Can you believe Week 2 is already over? For this week I have read ‘Rivers of London’ by Ben Aaronovitch, which is the first book in his PC Grant series. 522 more words

2017

Two days to go... a confessional

There are just two days to go till we publish our novel Back to Reality and my home internet has decided to go on strike, which has made the last few days interesting to say of the least. 88 more words

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Stars: 3
Read: Sep. 28 – Oct. 2

_The thing is… I think this book is better than the rating I gave it, I really do. 184 more words

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The Furthest Station

Weird bollocks is happening on the Metropolitan Underground line. People are being harrassed by ghosts of people past. Peter Grant, Thomas Nightingale, Abigail Kamara, and Jaget Kumar sally forth to de-weird the bollocks. 114 more words

"The Furthest Station - Peter Grant/Rivers of London 5.7" by Ben Aaronovitch

The combination of Ben Aaronvitch’s witty, observant, compassionate prose with Kobna Holdbrook-Smith’s nuanced narration is irresistible.

For most of the book, I listened with a smile on my face as Peter Grant shares his views on people, architecture, policing and music while navigating another well-constructed plot that weaves magic, history, location and the strengths and weaknesses of human nature into a compelling story. 188 more words

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