I only read Christmas books during the Christmas season, so all my reviews are in "Holiday Harbour." However, I had to make an exception for Peter Grant!
Rivers of London: Detective Stories, Ben Aaronovitch
Linked together by Peter's oral examination for becoming a a detective, Grant relates four different cases to his examiner, who is initially a magic skeptic. Three of the stories involve Lesley May, one before and two after her encounter with "Mr. Punch." Each of the stories is interesting, spanning the gamut from the magical—a goat found burned to death who was ignited by magical means—to the mundane (attempts to find a flasher), but as a whole the story wasn't as suspenseful as the longer-form previous graphic novel compilations.
My complaint: Sahra Guleed, Thomas Nightingale, and Molly are all shown on the cover with Peter Grant. Sahra doesn't even appear in any of the stories, Molly has three panels in one story, and Nightingale is only in one of the little one-page "Tales from the Folly" tales. I was very disappointed that these characters did not have a larger role in any of the stories.
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Christmas Philosophy for Everyone
Christmas Decorations from Williamsburg
Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Book of Christmas Virtues
A Lot Like Christmas (partial re-read)
The Immortal Nicholas
Re-read: Sleigh Bells for Windy Foot
A Kentucky Christmas
Chicken Soup for the Soul: A Book of Christmas Miracles
The Children's Book of Christmas Stories
Once Upon a Christmas
Christmas in My Heart, Book 12
Re-read: Christmas After All
Tru and Nelle: A Christmas Tale
Ideals Christmas and Spirit of Steamboat