Competition: Win ‘The Casebook Of Bryant & May’
It’s compo time! A simply delightful limited edition hardcover copy of ‘The Casebook of Bryant & May’ is now set to become even more collectable because it is set to be the first in an annual series, and will be signed, dated and numbered by me before being mailed out (UK only, I’m afraid, but you could make a friend in these Comment pages who’ll post it to you) to the winner of our Bryant & May competition. I’d like to stress that I do this sort of thing out of love for my readers, and that it’s not set up and paid for by my publisher, more’s the pity.
Okay, here we go. I need the answer to three questions about London.
1. What’s the only tube station not to contain a letter from the word ‘mackerel’?
2. In medieval times, what was the name of the only street in London where prostitution was legal?
3. Why was the old dialling code of Golders Green not GOL but SPE? (This is in a Bryant & May novel)
First correct three-part answer that comes through to my comments approval box wins!