All My Enemies
In one of the finest and most pivotal books in the critically acclaimed Brock & Kolla series, DS Kathy Kolla reports to New Scotland Yard and to DCI Brock's Serious Crime Division.
When Nancy Haynes, an elderly American tourist, is brutally murdered in a seemingly senseless attack after visiting the Chelsea Flower Show, DI Kathy Kolla suspects there is more to the case than first appears.
When Marion Summers - red-haired, beautiful and mysterious - collapses and dies in the rarefied surrounds of the London Library, Kathy Kolla and David Brock are sent to investigate. As Brock and Kolla get closer to the truth,...
Silvermeadow?calculated, manipulative and dressed up to deceive. If this glossy, huge new shopping mall on the outskirts of London had been a suspect rather than a place, Kathy Kolla would have said its manner was guilty as hell....
Old bones are discovered in wasteland behind Cockpit Lane, a poor black area of inner south London, and Detective Chief Inspector David Brock and Detective Sergeant Kathy Kolla of Scotland Yard's Serious Crimes Branch are called...
The Chalon Heads
Brock and Kolla have been called to a shop dealing in rare stamps on the assumption they;'ll be handling a simple case of theft. But a man from brock's past, Chinese East ex-villain Sammy Starling, comes to him for help when...
Murder, fundamentalism, intrigue - and that's just the start of Babel, Maitland's gripping sixth Brock & Kolla mystery. Brock & Kolla must work closer than ever before in this story, sifting through the clues to find the real...
The Verge Practice
Following the murder of his young wife, Charles Verge, world famous architect and head of a very lucrative London practice, disappears without a trace.
On a cliff-face in New Zealand, two men fall to their deaths carrying the secret of a horrifying betrayal. Four years before, Luce, another member of the same close-knit group, had also died tragically while climbing. As the...
She stood panting on the narrow ledge, pressing herself back against the hard surface of the rock heard a voice, far below, calling her name. She tried to answer, but her throat was parched and no sound came.
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