Bryant and May and the Memory of Blood
Publish date: 2011
Pages no: 351
Edition language: English
Series: Bryant & May (#9)
bookshelves: spring-2014, series, published-2011, amusing, those-autumn-years, scary-clowns-circus-dolls, britain-england, london Read from March 13 to April 01, 2014 Read by Tim GoodmanDescription: Christopher Fowler's acclaimed Peculiar Crimes Unit novels crackle with sly wit, lively suspense,...
In their ninth recorded case, indomitable detectives Arthur Bryant and John May (still going strong after a partnership of some seventy years) and their team at the Peculiar Crimes Unit must solve the murder of a toddler who, evidence suggests, was the victim of an antique Punch doll. In a side plot...
I’ve read previously #7 in this series (Bryant & May on the Loose) in the days before blogging and I chose #5 (The Water Room) for my choice in The Transworld Book Group Reading Challenge. When I saw #9 The Memory of Blood on Netgalley, having enjoyed the other two stories so much, I requested appro...