London’s Glory

Inside The Peculiar Crimes Unit

The very Christmassy paperback featuring Bryant & May’s first collection of missing cases, ‘London’s Glory’, is out now, a snip at £8.99. It contains this Eagle-style cutaway by Keith Page, age 14, Upper 4B, along with an introductory essay on crime fiction and all kinds of surprises. Buy it for a relative you wish to […]

Shameless Advert!

In every detective’s life there are cases that can’t be discussed, and throughout the Bryant & May novels there have been mentions of some of these such as the Deptford Demon or the Little Italy Whelk Smuggling Scandal. Now Arthur Bryant has decided to open the files on eleven of these previously unseen investigations that […]

A Plethora Of Perverse Pleasures

Happy Autumn! It’s a bit of a bumper time coming up for me, with my earliest collections of short stories, ‘City Jitters’, ‘The Bureau of Lost Souls’, ‘Sharper Knives’ and ‘Flesh Wounds’ all due out as e-books on October 28th at low prices, then ‘Bryant & May: London’s Glory’ out in paperback on November 5th. Following […]

‘The Burning Man’ & ‘London’s Glory’ Arrive Next Week!

Occasionally on this site you have to endure a spot of advertising. So; the paperback of Bryant & May: The Burning Man and Bryant & May: London’s Glory arrive together on a suitably incendiary night – November the 5th, the latter sporting this mad cutaway drawing of the Peculiar Crimes Unit by Keith Page. There’s […]

Further Secrets Of Bryant & May Part 2

With a collection of Bryant & May’s missing cases out in just over two weeks and a new novel on the horizon, I thought it would be worth taking another look at some of the things I build into the series that perhaps go unnoticed by casual readers. First, when I set out, I had […]

Upcoming Launches & Signings

Two for the diary if you’re in London;  there’ll be a signing at Forbidden Planet probably on October 18th – I’ll confirm this in the next few days – for ‘The Sand Men’, and I daresay we’ll be having a few beers after in a nearby pub, probably The Angel – all welcome (I always assume my […]