These books are an ongoing pleasure,
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This review is from: Bryant & May and the Invisible Code: (Bryant & May Book 10) (Kindle Edition)
Most of the books I read are science fiction and fantasy but I have been reading Christopher Fowler since his first book Roofworld. Some of his books don't appeal but the Bryant and May series are always readable even when on occasion parts of the plots get repetitive. In this book the author seems to be suggesting this when his characters ask why everything always has to happen at the last minute.
This book looks at Oskar Kasavian and his roles both in his previous job and this one. There are a lot of red herrings thrown in your way but I have to say that for me the final twist was a little more obvious than in many of the books.
I enjoyed this book but it is not his best. It is by no means his worst either.