The Peculiar Crimes Unit are given a week to solve the mystery of a dead body found in a freezer in a
shop freezer. Then another is unearthed in work on a property development behind King's Cross
Station. This book precedes the one I commented on last May and is, to my mind, a much better book. The esoterica about London somewhat fits in better and the plot is rather more tightly put
together. There is a sparkle in the writing which I found somewhat missing in the later book
'Bryant and May off the Rails'. Overall, much more enjoyable.