The author of The City Under the Skin maps out "a delightful fiction, and a wonderfully exasperated love letter to a great city" (Kirkus Reviews).
Like any international metropolis, London draws the most diverse characters to its bustling streets. Meet Mick. He's on his way to the smoke from the provinces. He's got six guys to find with only their names to go on, a lust for vengeance, and a city guide. Meet Stuart. Determined to walk each of the capital's roads, streets, and alleyways, he's a man on a mission . . . but has no plan for when there's nowhere left to go. Meet Judy. She's determined to leave her mark on Londonone lover at a timecreating a virtual A-Z of sex in the city.
"A book whose setting becomes as much a character as the people who pepper its pages, Bleeding London is dark, droll, and suspenseful." Library Journal
"As packed with strange characters and comic and menacing incidents and characters as any night-bus . . . Nicholson obviously boasts a rich and arcane knowledge of the city and exploits it to the full." The Times (London)
"Nicholson's Bleeding London is a dark, frayed and filthy place . . . filled with weird sex, arbitrary violence and obscure threat . . . He produces comic lines when you least expect them, making you laugh out loud." New Statesman
"An ambitious, clever and witty novel which attacks its subject with verve and humor." Literary Review