Each item is exclusive to My Chronicle Book Box and inspired by the themes, locations and characters in the Rivers of London series by the amazing Ben Aaronovitch. I have had the pleasure of working with some great designers and illustrators in putting this box together and am privileged to showcase it in this unique book box. From the robust enamel mug (less likely to break than ceramic - ideal for apprentice wizards with a tendency to experiment with their forma) to the London watercolour inspired by Ben's description of London as 'capital of the world', this box is a must-have for any fans of the Rivers of London series.
We have a limited number available so order yours now and avoid disappointment.
- A super cute Toby inspired tote bag - the perfect size for books!
2. A poster with many of the landmarks familiar from the Rivers of London series, cleverly colour coded to their precise locations in London.
4. An enamel Apprentice Wizard mug.
5. A London capital of the world watercolour print with mount.
6. A bookmark inspired by the Goddesses of the River Thames.
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This item will be released 13 June 2019 (the publication date of The October Man)
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The October Man: A Rivers of London Novella by Ben Aaronovitch Synopsis
Publication date: 13 June 2019
Trier is famous for wine, Romans and for being Germany’s oldest city. So when a man is found dead with, his body impossibly covered in a fungal rot, the local authorities know they are out of their depth.
Fortunately this is Germany, where there are procedures for everything.
Enter Investigator Tobias Winter, whose aim is to get in, deal with the problem, and get out with the minimum of fuss, personal danger and paperwork. With the help of frighteningly enthusiastic local cop, Vanessa Sommer, he’s quick to link the first victim to a group of ordinary middle aged men – and to realise they may have accidentally reawakened a bloody conflict from a previous century. But the rot is still spreading, literally and with the suspect list extending to people born before Frederick the Great solving the case may mean unearthing the city’s secret magical history.
. . . so long as that history doesn’t kill them first.