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    Our two elderly heroes London Detectives Arthur Bryant and John May with their Peculiar Crimes Unit PCU are back in their 10th adventure As their name suggests the PCU is tasked with solving Peculiar Crimes using peculiar investigative tactics Bryant is the curmudgeon unconventional eschewing technology and “progress” He has the air of the eccentric absent minded professor about him – if you are familiar with the TV show T

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    I have now read the most recent of the Bryant May Peculiar Crimes books and also have a new favorite in the series In this episode the team are called in by their Home Office arch nemesis Oskar Kasavian to find out why his wife is b

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    So glad for the opportunity to once again enter the world of Bryant and Mays two elderly detectives much maligned for their unorthodox ways particularly Bryant whose ways of thinking cannot easily be discerned and

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    Most peculiarDetectives Bryant and May of the Peculiar Crimes Unit are called in to investigate when a young woman is found dead in a church There is no obvious cause of death so they have to decide whether this was murder – or was she the victim of some spooky supernaturalersomething Meantime their boss and archenemy Oskar Kasavian asks them to help find out why his wife seems to be going mad – because that’s always some

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    I will start by saying the overall core mystery in this book isn’t bad It has some interesting twists to it although the “ah ha” moment where the facts are reveled do not stand up to scrutiny of the original passages of past events When the “real” way an event in the book went down is revealed it in really doesn’t res

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    Written as a pair with Deathworld Deathworld I admit it Harry Harrison's bad style irritated me For a while Mainly it was these The

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    Enjoyable but not as good as I've come to expect from FowlerAs the series goes on the plots are getting implausible The Bryant May books have always been weird with a touch of the fantastic it's their special charme but I get the feeling that Fowler is somehow loosing himself in and arcane research and plot twists and as a result th

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    I stumbled upon this gem under the new books section having never read anything by this author This is the 10th book in a series of mysteries solved by the Peculiar Crimes Unit in London Instead of sexy leading men or women we have a

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    It was better than I remember it A well written fun series Bryant and May are a wonderful duo of detectives heading the Peculiar Crimes Unit In this book they charge around London following myths legends and intuition with uirkiness and determination to keep the Great British public safeHighly recommend and looking forward to #11 in the series

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Swings claiming an evil presence is bringing her harm and Oskar wants the PCU to find out why And if there’s any duo that can deduce the method behind her madness it’s the indomitable Bryant and May   When a second bizarre death reveals a surprising link between the two women’s cases Bryant and May set off on a trail of clues from the notorious Bedlam hospital to historic Bletchley Park And as they are drawn into a world of encrypted codes and symbols concealed rooms and high society clubs they must work uickly to catch a killer who lurks even closer than they think   Witty suspenseful and ingeniously plotted The Invisible Code is Christopher Fowler at the very top of his form   Praise for the ingenious novels featuring the Peculiar Crimes Unit  “A brilliant series of impossible c. view spoiler Bettie s Books hide spoiler

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Rime novels” The Denver Post  “Life always seems livelier whenever Arthur Bryant and John May are on a case” The New York Times Book Review   “Witty charming intelligent wonderfully atmospheric and enthusiastically plotted” The Times UK   “Fowler like his crime solvers is deadpan sly and always unexpectedly inventive” Entertainment Weekly   “Fowler has few peers when it comes to constructing ingenious plots” Publishers Weekly starred review   “May and Bryant make a stellar team” The Wall Street Journal   “One of the most delightful series around” Library Journal   “Christopher Fowler is something of a British national treasure He has brought his particular skills to bear on what has become a crime fiction series uite unlike anything else” Crime Time. Written as a pair with Deathworld Deathworld I admit it Harry Harrison s bad style irritated me For a while Mainly it was these The short sentences If you can call them that SentencesI did manage after some encouragement from the ranks to get over that and I m glad I did It s a good bad book The Wildside edition I read was horribly proofread but not nearly as badly as the academic books I ve been reading lately Nothing at any rate that distracted me from a punchy story good characterisation as sci fi goes and a really interesting idea for world in which the story takes placeAs it happens I next picked up The Invisible Code by Christopher Fowler I thought this was going to be another good bad book for a few pages but it doesn t take long to discover it s a bad bad bookRest here Secret Agent Minister and Deadly Texas Rose you can call them that SentencesI did manage after some encouragement from the ranks to get over that and I m glad I did It s a good bad book The Wildside edition I read was horribly proofread but not nearly as badly as the academic books I ve been reading lately Nothing at any rate that distracted me from a punchy story good characterisation as sci fi goes and a really interesting idea for world in which the story takes placeAs it happens I next picked up The Invisible Code by Christopher Fowler I thought this was going to be another good bad book for a few pages but it doesn t take long to discover it s a bad bad bookRest here

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London’s craftiest and boldest detectives Arthur Bryant and John May are back in this deviously twisting mystery of black magic madness and secrets hidden in plain sight   When a young woman is found dead in the pews of St Bride’s Church alone and showing no apparent signs of trauma Arthur Bryant assumes this  case will go to the Peculiar Crimes Unit an eccentric team tasked with solving London’s most puzzling murders Yet the city police take over the investigation and the PCU is given an even baffling and bewitching assignment   Called into headuarters by Oskar Kasavian the head of Home Office security Bryant and May are shocked to hear that their longtime adversary now desperately needs their help Oskar’s wife Sabira has been acting strangely for weeks succumbing to violent mood. I have now read the most recent of the Bryant May Peculiar Crimes books and also have a new favorite in the series In this episode the team are called in by their Home Office arch nemesis Oskar Kasavian to find out why his wife is behaving so irrationally Needless to say the case leads in multiple directions all about London into the past of the city and British history as well as religious and mythological esotericaFowler s plotting continues to get tighter and the writing about London and its many uirks and environments is just as lovingly and interestingly produced as in prior books He is a keen observer of the city s past and present and possible future as are the book s protagonists Here we have a description of Hampstead Hampstead had always prided itself on being a cut above other London areas The homes of Byron Dickens Keats and Florence Nightingale had now been usurped by financiers who had turned the village into one of the most expensive places in the worldIt had lakes and the largest open heathland in London and looked down on everyone else from a windswept peak where the city temperatures cooled and on a summer day like this you could almost believe you were deep in countryside until you saw the high street prices p 98As in other books in the series there is much made of the difference of class in England which is different than in the United States In the US everything tends to be about money Of course the US has never had royalty peerage and all that so we have been spared that aspect of problems in the euity department But in the modern world money and power are still there ready to cause problems in all civilizationsI continue to recommend this series which definitely improves as it progresses though I have enjoyed it from the start If you are interested in England especially London and its history this may be a series for you