Minotaur Fall 2013 by Macmillan

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minotaur books november 2013 the raven s eye a brock and kolla mystery barry maitland dci david brock and di kathy kolla of scotland yard find themselves pulled into a case of murder a mysterious death among the houseboats that line the canals around greater london di kathy kolla of scotland yard is called in as a matter of course by the local paddington police when a woman turns up dead in what appears to be an accident on her houseboat vicky hawks is found by one of her neighbors having apparently succumbed to carbon monoxide poisoning due to improper ventilation of the narrowboat s heating system but while the cause of death seems apparent and there s no reason for kolla to think otherwise something about this death still bothers her meanwhile her boss dci brock is wrestling with harsh budget cuts and a new commander who is determined to make fundamental changes to the system including limiting resources devoted to investigations struggling against the limitations imposed by the new order at scotland yard brock and kolla find themselves pulling at the loose strings in the death of vicky hawks trying to find out who she really was what she was up to and how her death might be related to another earlier tragic accidental death praise fiction mystery detective minotaur books 11/12/2013 9781250028969 $25.99 $29.99 can hardback 336 pages carton qty 20 5.500 in w 8.250 in h subrights uk translation phyllis westberg harold ober other available formats ebook isbn 9781250028976 marketing excerpt in the st martin s griffin edition of chelsea mansions october 2012 author website barrymaitland.com also available chelsea mansions 10/2012 9781250006943 paperback softback $14.99 $16.99 can dark mirror a brock and kolla mystery 9/2011 9780312650827 paperback softback $15.99 $18.50 can spider trap 9/2008 9780312385286 paperback softback $13.95 $15.50 can satisfyingly rich fare for puzzle addicts and conspiracy theorists alike capped by a string of climactic fireworks that are still exploding in the very last paragraph kirkus reviews on chelsea mansions brock and kolla s meticulous psychologically astute sleuthing fascinates entertainment weekly on no trace maitland interweaves a smart plot which includes a few shockers and more than a few cold war roots with major character developments for brock and kolla and chelsea mansions is among the best entries in a top-notch series richmond times-dispatch barry maitland is the award-winning author of several previous novels featuring dci david brock and di kathy kolla most recently chelsea mansions born in scotland and raised in london maitland lives in australia 30