Rivers of London: The Fey and the Furious

Rivers of London: The Fey and the Furious

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Detective Inspector Peter Grant is back in an all-new comic miniseries from author Ben Aaronovitch! Trouble never lies far from the race track. When a flash car belonging to a young boy racer from England washes up in the Netherlands with a bagload of unusual cargo, it's evident there is more than meets the eye happening at street races held in an Essex car park.

Enter Detective Inspector Peter Grant. Fresh from suspension, he takes to the track in his orange 'asbo' Ford Focus to try and infiltrate the big leagues. But Peter soon finds himself sucked back into an Otherworld - a real-life fairyland!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 168 x 257 x 5.08mm | 272.16g
  • Titan Comics
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • YES
  • 1785865862
  • 9781785865862
  • 14,028

Review quote

"Ben Aaronvitch and Andrew Cartmel have crafted a fully realized world that seamlessly blends modern policing, with all of its technology and advancements, with wizards and witchcraft" - Pop Culture Uncovered
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About Ben Aaronovitch

Ben Aaronovitch is perhaps best known for his series of Peter Grant novels, which began with Rivers of London. Mixing police procedural with urban fantasy and London history, these novels, the latest of which is Lies Sleeping, have sold over a million copies worldwide. A new novella in the series, The October Man, will also be available soon.

Ben is also known for his TV writing, writing fan-favourite episodes of Doctor Who; 'Remembrance of the Daleks' - in which he originated the Counter-Measures characters who appear in this story - and 'Battlefield'. He wrote an episode of BBC hospital drama, Casualty, and contributed to cult SF show, Jupiter Moon.

Andrew Cartmel began a long and varied career in TV and publishing when he was hired as script editor on Doctor Who in 1986. He had a major (and very positive) impact on the final years of the original run of the TV show. He has recently completed a comedy for the London stage, Screwball, and is also writing the Vinyl Detective series of crime novels for Titan Books; the fourth, Flip Back, will be available soon. In his spare time, he likes to do stand-up comedy.
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Rating details

561 ratings
3.83 out of 5 stars
5 21% (119)
4 46% (259)
3 28% (158)
2 3% (19)
1 1% (6)
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