About All My Enemies (released 1 August) ... Kathy Kolla has worked with David Brock twice before. Now, she’s been officially recruited into Brock’s Serious Crime Unit at New Scotland Yard, where she’ll join a team of experts in high profile, high pressure murder cases. But she hasn’t even started when she’s called to attend her first murder scene... A young woman has been viciously stabbed to death in an affluent London home. The victim is not your usual candidate – she’s quiet, in a steady relationship and lives with her parents. Things just don’t add up. But that doesn’t deter Kathy. Through a series of perceptive observations, Kolla makes a vital link to an older case, leading her to the claustrophobic world of an amateur drama group. Brock and Kolla find themselves in a tangled web of deceptions where a body of plays becomes a template for murder. This is a dramatic, contemporary murder mystery with an intricate plot full of twists, nail biting suspense and compelling secrets. Readers see another side to Kathy Kolla in this exciting instalment in the acclaimed Brock and Kolla series. About Barry Maitland Barry Maitland was born in Scotland and brought up in London. After studying architecture at Cambridge, he practised and taught in the UK before moving to Australia where he was Professor of Architecture at the University of Newcastle. He has since retired from the university to pursue his writing. Maitland's first mystery, The Marx Sisters, was a nominee for the John Creasey award for Best First Novel and The Malcontenta won the Ned Kelly Award for Best Crime Fiction. Bright Air, Maitland's first crime novel set in Australia, was published in 2008 and Chelsea Mansions, his most recent Brock and Kolla mystery in 2011. Find Barry Maitland's books in our libraries. Learn more about Barry Maitland http://www.barrymaitland.com/ Dates / Times Arana Hills Library, 01 August 2012, 6.30pm Cost FREE Bookings Bookings for this event are required. Contact Arana Hills Library (07) 3351 3401 AranaHills.firstname.lastname@example.org (alexdaw)
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