Ein Wispern unter Baker Street
Publish date: May 27th 2013
Pages no: 447
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Peter Grant (#3)
Another fun murder mystery in magical London, solved by the Metro Police’s apprentice wizard, Peter Grant. I enjoyed it as a mystery, although I’m not sure I could have figured it out from the clues sprinkled throughout the book – it depends on an intuitive leap on Peter’s part at the end. The charm...
Series: Peter Grant #3 More fun with Peter Grant via the voice of Kobna Holdbrook-Smith. Although the story kicks off with Peter and Leslie investigating the haunting of a rail tunnel at Abigail's behest, Peter quickly finds himself investigating the death of an American art student found stabbe...
Okay . . . man, how to sum this one up. Peter, Lesley and Abigail Kamara (a teen-aged neighbor of Peter's parents) go down into the tunnels of the Underground to look for ghosts, and find one. What we learn here will be important come The Furthest Station. This is a fun little foray into the ...
by Ben Aaronovitch The stories in this series have a way of building on the established world, but always adding something new. This one nearly lost me when the nature of a peripheral character started to sound too much like it was borrowing from the teenage Paranormal Romance genre, but it recove...
Still fun. Still funny. Sort of cozy for an UF series. I never really feel like there are any actual stakes, of the Mr. Pointy variety or the life-threatening variety. This is more like Murder She Wrote with ghosts. Peter's still a swell bloke, and I'm really liking Leslie's role and her confiden...
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