The Home Crowd Advantage (Peter Grant, #1.5)

By Ben Aaronovitch

Rating: 4 stars

Nice wee short story set early in the Rivers of London sequence, during the London Olympics of 2012, this sees Peter having to deal with History and Conscience while Nightingale is away. As always, Peter’s distinctive narrative voice is a joy to read and it has the usual mix of modern policing and utter geekiness that I enjoy so much. This also widens the world a little bit, with some details of French magic and what happened to it.

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Year of publication: 2014

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