Where Giles Kershaw Works

Bryant and May

Abandon all hope here

Abandon all hope here

I was passing the mortuary where Giles Kershaw works in the Bryant & May books, and snapped it. you can see why Arthur Bryant complains about going there.

6 comments on “Where Giles Kershaw Works”

  1. I.A.M. says:

    This is the mortuary from “On the Loose” forward, yes?

  2. Chris says:

    Just a general query – is the audiobook version (assuming there is one) of Bryant & May on the Loose likely to turn up on audible?

    The previous books have all been released there (bar the first, which is curiously absent, but I have the paperback) and I have thoroughly enjoyed Tim Goodman’s performances. Any info gratefully received!

  3. admin says:

    ‘On The Loose’ will be an audio. ‘Full Dark House’ definitely turned up on audio because I went to the recording and have a copy – maybe it’s out of stock. I’ll ask…

  4. Chris says:

    Cheers that’s good to know – strange about ‘Full Dark House’, but as audible are a download service, perhaps they didn’t stump up for the rights to distribute that one? The Audible UK site is a bit hit and miss when it comes to getting the full works of authors. The US site seems to manage better.

    No complaints though – it was a great read. I very much enjoy audio versions, but its someone else’s interpretation and its good to do it yourself sometimes.

  5. Keely says:


    Is there any news on Bryant & May on the Loose as an Audiobook?



  6. admin says:

    See above – it’s definitely available.

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