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Bryant & May - The Lonely Hour


In Which Mr May Makes A Mistake And Mr Bryant Goes Into The Dark

Three deaths, seemingly unconnected but for one thing: each happened at precisely four a.m. - the lonely hour . . .

At four in the morning outside a run-down nightclub in the wrong part of London, four strangers meet for the first time. A few weeks later a body is found on Hampstead Heath, hanging upside down and surrounded by the paraphernalia of black magic. Then a young man is killed on a London bridge and a woman is attacked in her modern (and secure) luxury apartment.

To catch this killer, Bryant and May and the Peculiar Crimes Unit switch to working nights. While John May takes a technological approach, Arthur Bryant calls upon sundry eccentrics and misfits for help solving what seems an impossible case.

But impossible is what the PCU does best. As they draw back the curtain on a city at night, Bryant and May follow a trail of murder, arson, blackmail, kidnap, loneliness and . . . bats.

‘The most consistently brilliant, entertaining and educational voice in contemporary British crime fiction’
CATHI UNSWORTH

‘One of our most unorthodox and entertaining writers’ SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

‘I love the wit and playfulness of the Bryant & May books’ ANNE CLEEVES

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In Which Mr May Makes A Mistake And Mr Bryant Goes Into The Dark

Three deaths, seemingly unconnected but for one thing: each happened at precisely four a.m. - the lonely hour . . .

At four in the morning outside a run-down nightclub in the wrong part of London, four strangers meet for the first time. A few weeks later a body is found on Hampstead Heath, hanging upside down and surrounded by the paraphernalia of black magic. Then a young man is killed on a London bridge and a woman is attacked in her modern (and secure) luxury apartment.

To catch this killer, Bryant and May and the Peculiar Crimes Unit switch to working nights. While John May takes a technological approach, Arthur Bryant calls upon sundry eccentrics and misfits for help solving what seems an impossible case.

But impossible is what the PCU does best. As they draw back the curtain on a city at night, Bryant and May follow a trail of murder, arson, blackmail, kidnap, loneliness and . . . bats.

‘The most consistently brilliant, entertaining and educational voice in contemporary British crime fiction’
CATHI UNSWORTH

‘One of our most unorthodox and entertaining writers’ SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

‘I love the wit and playfulness of the Bryant & May books’ ANNE CLEEVES

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