In the sixth installment of Peter Grant / Rivers of London series, we find Peter a busy guy. First, he's looking into an overdose that is connected to one of the River's of London's family, Lady Tyburn, next he's looking for a stolen book penned by Sir Isaac Newton himself, and then his hunt for The Faceless Man. I really enjoy his new partner, Sahra Guhleed. She brings a non-magical presence to the series, even tho this is not the first book she's been in, she does play a bigger part. One thing we've found out about Peter is that wherever he goes, destruction is sure to follow, even if it's Harrod's.
Aaronovitch is giving Peter more and more, with less Thomas NIghtingale's supervision, which makes for more action, mistakes, and destruction. Okay, maybe not mistakes but lots of damage. All the key players are back and the search for all the baddies is growing.
I'm rating this 3-1/2 stars, but it's still a great read.
The Hanging Tree by Ben Aaronovitch,
Book 6 in the Peter Grant / Rivers of London Series.