Totally Thames 2018 - In conversation with Ben Aaronovitch

Totally Thames 2018 - In conversation with Ben Aaronovitch

This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 3rd Sep 2018

A unique opportunity to hear from London born and bred writer Ben Aaronovitch who wrote the hugely successful, Sunday Times best-selling urban fantasy crime fiction series Rivers of London.

Please note: there will be a selection of Ben Aaronovitch's books for sale which Ben will be signing.

Born and raised in London, Ben lives in Kentish Town. He worked as a scriptwriter for Doctor Who and Casualty before the inspiration for his own books struck him whilst working as a bookseller in Waterstones. Ben’s unique novels are the culmination of his experience of writing about the emergency services and the supernatural.

The Sunday Times best-selling urban fantasy crime fiction series Rivers of London follows the adventures of a rookie copper-turned-apprentice-wizard, Peter Grant, and his boss, the last wizard in England. A unique blend of police procedural, supernatural mayhem and threads of fascinating hidden history woven through the very fabric of the plot, Rivers Of London is fast-moving, funny, full of warmth and features at its heart one of the greatest and most historically rich cites in the world: London.

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2018-09-03 2018-09-03 Europe/London Totally Thames 2018 - In conversation with Ben Aaronovitch An opportunity to hear from London born and bred writer Ben Aaronovitch who wrote the hugely successful, Sunday Times best-selling urban fantasy crime fiction series Rivers of London. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/09/03/totally-thames-2018-in-conversation-with-ben-aaronovitch-176678 London Metropolitan Archives,40 Northampton Road,,London

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40 Northampton Road,
London,
EC1R 0HB

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