I’ve never met Tim Goodman. I don’t know what he looks like. I don’t know what he does most of the time. … Read the full post »
Here are my posts featuring expert audio book narrator, Tim Goodman.
Bryant and May set off to investigate an apparent case of a dead man rising from his grave and the disappearance of the ravens from the Tower of London. … Read the full post »
Keith Page has done a wonderful job illustrating Christopher Fowler’s pair of detectives, Bryant and May. … Read the full post »
I’d previously missed that a special Christmas short story appeared featuring Christopher Fowler’s detective duo Arthur Bryant and John May of London’s Peculiar Crimes Unit. … Read the full post »
Bryant & May On the Loose, the seventh book in Christopher Fowler’s series featuring two ageing London detectives and a host of London local history, rather reminds me of an old favourite, slightly faded, coat. … Read the full post »
Though I’ve come to Christopher Fowler’s Bryant and May crime series rather late… … Read the full post »
Listening to the audio version (brilliantly done by Tim Goodman) I did very nearly suddenly exclaim out loud, in the middle of a crowded train carriage, “Where the hell did that tiger come from?”. It is probably a good thing I did not. I advise you too to avoid such an incident. … Read the full post »