by Peter Ackroyd
Editor: Penguin Books Ltd
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There is no Light without Darkness and no Substance without Shaddowe So proclaims Nicolas Dyer, Sir Christopher Wren’s assistant and the man with a commission at the construction of seven London churches to present himself as beacons of the philosophy of lights.But Dyer plans to hide a dark secret in the heart of each church – to create a ban on architecture that will stay for eternityTwo hundred and fifty years later, London detective Nicholas Hawksmoor is an investigation into a series of appalling murders on the sites of some seventeenth century, churches of crimes that make no sense for the modern mind.”Dreadfully brilliantIndependent on SundayPeter Ackroyd was born in London in 1949.A novelist, biographer and historian, he was the literary editor of The Spectator and head of literary criticism for La Fois, as well as writing several acclaimed books, including a biography of Dickens and London: The Biography.He lives in London
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