Rivers of London
1st June 2022

Rereading Rivers of London

By Stephen

Rivers of London

Rivers of London

With Ben Aaronovitch’s latest entry into the world of Peter Grant just released I thought it would be a good time to reread the whole series in chronological order (including short stories, graphic novels, and audiobook.)

By the time I’ve read all of these again hopefully the paperback edition of ‘Amongst Our Weapons’ will have been released as I have to have matching books.

This will also give me palette cleansers in-between reading for the HWA Gold Crown awards this year.

I think it’s obvious but the blue tick means I’ve reread them, I will eventually get a review for each one of them on the site as well.


This is the order:

  1. Moment One: London September 1966 – Tales from the Folly ☑
  2. Rivers of London ☑
  3. The Home Crowd Advantage – Tales from the Folly ☑
  4. Moment Three: Tobias Winter – Meckenheim 2012 – Tales from the Folly ☑
  5. Moon Over Soho ☑
  6. The Domestic – Tales from the Folly ☑
  7. Whispers Under Ground
  8. The Cockpit – Tales from the Folly
  9. Broken Homes
  10. Body Work – Graphic Novel
  11. Foxglove Summer
  12. What Abigail Did That Summer
  13. The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Granny – Tales from the Folly
  14. Night Witch – Graphic Novel
  15. Black Mould – Graphic Novel
  16. King of the Rats – Tales from the Folly
  17. The Furthest Station
  18. Detective Stories – Graphic Novel
  19. Moment Two: Reynolds – Florence, Az. 2014 – Tales from the Folly
  20. Cry Fox – Graphic Novel
  21. Water Weed – Graphic Novel
  22. The Hanging Tree
  23. A Rare Book of Cunning Device – audiobook
  24. The October Man
  25. Favourite Uncle – Tales from the Folly
  26. Lies Sleeping
  27. Three Rivers, Two Husbands and a Baby – Tales from the Folly
  28. The Fey and the Furious – Graphic Novel
  29. Monday, Monday – Graphic Novel
  30. False Value
  31. Vanessa Sommer’s Other Christmas List – Tales from the Folly
  32. Amongst Our Weapons

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