A killer’s guide to London
Ben Aaronovitch delves into his fictional danger zones in the capital
Fri Jul 26 2013
Author and scriptwriter Ben Aaronovitch was born and raised in Kentish Town, and his brilliantly funny fantasy crime series ‘Rivers of London’ explores the capital in enough detail to broaden the knowledge of any Londoner. With the fourth instalment, ‘Broken Homes’, published this week, we got him to reveal the secrets behind the settings of all four books – and why they’re the city’s deadliest spots.
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