I enjoyed spending time back in the skewed world of PC Grant and his "Falcon" cases. But at the same time, I was slightly disappointed by Installment #6 in The Rivers of London Series.
Not sure how much of that disappointment is from The Hanging Tree being a weaker, mature series book, where it feels like all that gets advanced is the plot and the character's don't grow much.
We DO learn the name/identity of a key villain, but somehow that doesn't seem to change much of anything.
Or how much of my disappointment is just general malaise and book hangover from the intensity of the last few weeks of Booklikes-opoly.