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Spring Breakers meets Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels on the banks of the Thames! When two of the less well-behaved River goddesses, Chelsea and Olympia, decide to earn a few quid on the side, Peter and Bev find themselves drawn into a sordid cannabis-smuggling operation, controlled by London's new queenpin of crime – the brutal and beautiful Hoodette!
Rivers of London begins a new story from creator Ben Aaronovitch.The secret history of Nightingale is revealed for the first time, as wizarding cop, Peter Grant uncovers his mentor’s occult service in World War II!
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"Four self-contained magical crimes, ripped from the streets of supernatural London!From the million-selling Rivers of London novel and graphic novel series by writer Ben Aaronovitch comes this unmissable next chapter in the saga, as PC Peter Grant faces his gruelling Detective exam, forcing him to relieve the strangest cases of his career.From foiling an aspiring god, to confronting a Virtual Flasher, Peter's police history has been anything but conventional; whether that's chasing down 'Falcon' crimes with the aid of modern technology, or confronting timeless villainy with his magical skill-set. Does Peter have what it takes... or will DI Chopra judge him unsuitable for a badge?An all-new series of Rivers of London short stories by Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel. Set between 'The Hanging Tree' and 'Black Mould'. "
- Issue # TPB (one year ago)
It creeps! It crawls! It ooooozes! Something dark and slimy is dripping through the walls of suburban London. Not usually a police matter but there's something very weird about this mould. Police Constable Peter Grant and his unwilling partner, Sahra Guleed, soon find themselves knee deep in killer muck! Meanwhile, their boss, Thomas Nightingale, is preparing to do battle against a haunted ice cream van. Good times.
A police vehicle on a routine prison transfer in north London is stormed by Russian hoodlums seeking to free a very particular prisoner. Their target is a witch. A very powerful witch who doesn't want to be free. Things rapidly turn very ugly for the hoods and it's soon a job for full-time police constable and part-time wizard, Peter Grant. Covers by Paul McCaffrey, Alex Ronald, and Lee Sullivan.
Whether you’re a long-time fan of the Seventh Doctor, or you’ve yet to have the pleasure, this accessible, big-budget movie extravaganza welcomes everyone with an all-new epic!
The bookstore smash-hit returns for a brand-new story, picking up the threads from the most recent bestselling Rivers of London novel, The Hanging Tree.Peter Grant, apprentice magician and freshly-made Detective, tackles supernatural crimes for the London Met, walking the fine line between two worlds to keep the peace.“A welcome return, and Aaronovich and Cartmel have never been on finer form. The script and art mesh together as well as the best TV shows or films do, really a team effort in every sense.” - Nerdly.