Mick Herron’s Slough House series has catapulted him to the top rank of spy novelists at work right now. Likely coming in 2021 is a new Apple TV+ based on the Slough House series as well as his seventh book set in that specific world. A list of what appears on the site related to Herron is listed below.
First, Mick Herron was kind enough to answer some of my questions in an interview.
I’ve written about my visit to the real location of Slough House. If you’re ever in London I recommend a trip.
It was just announced that AppleTV+ will be airing a adaption of the books. I took a look at what that might mean.
A new novella was announced for a January 2020 release.
I created a glossary for some of the terms and characters that Herron has used in his novels.
I gathered the first lines of all of Herron’s novels to see what trends or themes we might see.
In preparation for his latest, London Rules, I wrote about his earlier novels looking at the characters, locations, and plots.
The complete Slough House book list in order of publication along with reviews –
Slough House 0.5 – Reconstruction
Slough House 1 – Slow Horses
Slough House 2 – Dead Lions
Slough House 2.5 – The List
Slough House 2.75 – Nobody Walks
Slough House 3 – Real Tigers
Slough House 4 – Spook Street
Slough House 5 – London Rules
Slough House 5.5 – The Drop (US title: The Marylebone Drop)
Slough House 6 – Joe Country
Slough House 6.25 – The Last Letter Drop
Slough House 6.5 – The Catch
Slough House 7 – TBD – February 2021
Before Slough House Mick Herron wrote the Oxford Series of mysteries. This series has some links to Reconstruction and Slough House but is basically an unconnected standalone series. I will be reviewing them over the coming months –
Oxford Series 1 – Down Cemetery Road
Oxford Series 2 – The Last Voice You Hear
Oxford Series 3 – Why We Die
Oxford Series 4 – Smoke and Whispers
Herron also released a short story collection – All the livelong day and other stories
In between Slough House books Herron released an unconnected standalone – This Is What Happened
Further Research –
Mick Herron’s official website