Full Dark House

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Product Details
Price
$17.00  $15.81
Publisher
Bantam
Publish Date
Pages
368
Dimensions
6.26 X 8.22 X 0.82 inches | 0.67 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780553385533

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About the Author
Christopher Fowler was the acclaimed author of the award-winning Peculiar Crimes Unit mysteries: Full Dark House, The Water Room, Seventy-Seven Clocks, Ten Second Staircase, White Corridor, The Victoria Vanishes, Bryant & May on the Loose, Bryant & May off the Rails, The Memory of Blood, The Invisible Code, Bryant & May and the Bleeding Heart, Bryant & May and the Burning Man, Bryant & May: Strange Tide, Bryant & May: Wild Chamber, Bryant & May: Hall of Mirrors, Bryant & May: The Lonely Hour, Bryant & May: Oranges & Lemons, Bryant & May: London Bridge Is Falling Down, and Bryant & May: Peculiar London. In 2015 Fowler won the coveted Crime Writers' Association Dagger in the Library Award in recognition for his body of work. Christopher Fowler died in 2023.
Reviews
"An absolutely riveting account of London during the Blitz."--Booklist

"Atmospheric, hugely beguiling and as filled with tricks and sleights of hand as a magician's sleeve...it is English gothic at its eccentric best; a combination of Ealing comedy and grand opera: witty, charismatic, occasionally touching and with a genuine power to thrill." --Joanne Harris, author of Chocolat

"A first class thriller, but don't expect any sleep." --Sunday Telegraph

"The writing is as ever fluid and pacey, the characterization deft and the plot fresh and ingenious." --Independent on Sunday

"The intrigues of the theater murders, which decimate the cast, create considerable drama..... The dynamic between May and Bryant makes for compelling reading"--Publishers Weekly

"How many locked-room puzzles can the duo unlock before their Peculiar Crimes Unit is disbanded? Many more, one hopes." --Kirkus Reviews
"A madcap mystery that's completely crazy and great fun." --Los Angeles Times

"Chris Fowler is a master of the classical form." --New Y ork Times Book Review