In this episode I take a closer look at the second book in the Slough House series, Dead Lions, with Alice Dryden. We explore the truth behind a dickie bow, melting cars, whether all small English villages contain hidden evil and Dorset knob throwing.
Each month we’ll be exploring a different book in the series. All leading up to the release of Book 7, Slough House.
My original look at Dead Lions.
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2 thoughts on “Barbican Station – Dead Lions – Episode 3”
The building that burnt a car was across the river from The Shard at 20 Fenchurch Street aka The Walkie Talkie aka The Walkie Scorchie. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/20_Fenchurch_Street
Ah, thanks! What a crazy story.