Strange Tide

Strange Tide

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The River Thames is London's most important yet neglected artery. When a young woman is found chained to a post in the tide, no-one can understand how she came to be drowned there. At the Peculiar Crimes Unit, Arthur Bryant and John May find themselves dealing with an impossible crime committed in a very public place. Soon they discover that the river is giving up other victims, but as the investigation extends from the coast of Libya to the nightclubs of North London, it proves as murkily sinister as the Thames itself
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, [2016]
ISBN: 9781101887035
1101887036
Branch Call Number: MYS Fowler, C 100.13 2016
Characteristics: 436 pages ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Bryant & May strange tide

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paintingmousha
Oct 13, 2017

May very well be my favourite of this wonderfully enjoyable series,

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brangwinn
May 14, 2017

Once you’ve read a Bryant and May detective novel, you’ll want to read more. Bryant and May are a team of veteran detectives in London’s Peculiar Crimes unit. All the members of this police unit are a little peculiar themselves, but none can compare to Bryant, who seems to be doddering into old age. As he gets worse and worse, his teammates worry that once he is gone, they will be moved to other units as Bryant and his clever non-lineal thinking is the reason for their high ranking in crime solving. This book involving a lot of history about the Thames River is no exception. Not only is Bryant able to solve cases involving the murder of several people found in the Thames, he’s also able to figure out why he seems to be heading toward dementia.

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