All my enemies barry maitland

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All My Enemies (Brock & Kolla, #3) by Barry Maitland

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 Brocks 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 slaughter appear to be well-rehearsed, even theatrical. Assigned to the case, Kollas only improbable lead draws her to a local amateur drama group. Once in their orbit, she is lured into a piece of theatre over which, increasingly, she has little control. In All My Enemies, Brock and Kolla find themselves in a tangled web of deceptions in a case wherein a corpus of plays becomes a template for murder.
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All My Enemies

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Barry Maitland

All My Enemies

Barry Maitland is one of the most popular authors of the Scottish-Australian descent, who is particularly well known for writing down successful novels based on the mystery, thriller, and crime fiction genres. One of the most successful novel series written by author Maitland is the Brock and Kolla crime fiction series. Before going on to become an established author, he completed his academic studies in the field of architecture and even worked in the initial days of his career. Later, author Maitand shifted to Australia, where he joined the Newcastle University as a professor. In the year , he gave up his job and went on to pursue his writing career on a full time basis.

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One of the reasons I've found the series so satisfying is the manner in which Maitland weaves an intriguing murder mystery with an aspect of history or a lesser-known sector in society. In Dark Mirror, for example, the reader not only was swept along by a dramatic crime, but the clue to that poisoning lay in the fascinating 19th century Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and poet and painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti and his circle. In The Verge Practice, Maitland takes us into the world of architecture - a world where he, after lecturing and practising in that field, is very much at home. His "latest" Brock and Kolla novel, All My Enemies was originally published in and is early in the series. That has now been rectified and fans will be able to complete their Brock and Kolla reading to date with this novel, as well as catch up on some of the main characters' back stories. Even before her first day, a grotesque murder of an unlikely victim leads the team to an amateur drama group. As Kathy investigates, she's drawn further into the theatre and a series of murders linked by whatever play this theatre group is performing.

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In one of the finest and most pivotal books in this critically acclaimed series, never before published in the U. 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 slaughter appear to be well-rehearsed, even theatrical. Assigned to the case, Kolla's only improbable lead draws her to a local amateur drama group. Once in their orbit, she is lured into a piece of theatre over which, increasingly, she has little control. In All My Enemies , Brock and Kolla find themselves in a tangled web of deceptions in a case wherein a corpus of plays becomes a template for murder. Form words of three or more letters from the title of The Grubs' latest hit single, "Claim to Dream.

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