In one of the finest and most pivotal books in this critically acclaimed series, never before published in the U.S., D.S. Kathy Kolla reports to New Scotland Yard and to D.C.I. David Brock’s Serious Crime Division.
Just before Kolla is to start her new job, a young woman is found viscously murdered in a leafy, well-heeled suburb, and the grotesque details of the slaught
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DS Kathy Kolla has just been assigned to the Scotland Yard’s Serious Crime Division. The day before she is supposed to report, the divisions’s boss, David Brock, calls and asks her to come to the scene of an especially brutal murder. A young woman has returned home from an evening at the theater and been savagely killed in her own bedroom.
Kathy discovers that the murder shares some commonalities with the killings of a number of other young women and suspects that she and her unit may be on the t
It’s been a treat getting back into the Brock & Kolla series after a couple years’ layoff. Barry Maitland’s novels seem like ‘retro’ procedurals to me- ‘whodunits’ set in Britain with ‘nice’ characters, solid procedures, very little sex or violence (except for, you know, the murders….), and pleasant writing. They aren’t Don Winslow crime novels, that’s for sure, and the settings typically aren’t in Guy Ritchie’s Britain.
In this early installment in the series, Kathy Kolla has just begun t
really liked it
This author usually includes insider information on a particular subject–stamp collecting, mental institutions, Karl Marx’s private life, the history and architecture of shopping malls–and in this book I enjoyed learning about the theater.
Complex and enthralling mystery. There’s really only one character (Kathy Kolla) who’s fully developed, but she’s wonderful, and the plot, dialogue, and description are all excellent.
This one kept me entertained through two taxi rides, a bus ride, and a fli