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Whispers Under Ground (Peter Grant, #3)
Tina Rath's review
Jun 28, 2012
I really enjoyed the first two books in this series, Rivers of London and Moon over Soho, but this is the best one yet. Peter Grant is still struggling to learn magic – and use it without drawing any undesirable attention, something which becomes more and more difficult as he is drawn into a murder inquiry that eventually reveals a good deal more than the identity of the murderer. Complications include a ‘demi fae’ or half-goblin, or however you prefer to put it, Sergeant Kumar, who deals with any sort of weirdness underground, but is unprepared for just how weird things start to get, the intervention of the FBI and an outbreak of e.coli, traced, I am sorry to say, to Walthamstow Market…the book is funny, exciting, and altogether excellent. I thoroughly recommend it.
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