Murder, fundamentalism, intrigue - and that's just the start of Babel, Maitland's gripping sixth Brock + Kolla mystery.;
Professor Springer, one of Britain's leading philosophers, is brutally murdered on the steps of a London university. He was well-known for his stand against fundamentalism, but was that reason enough to kill him? Detective Chief Inspector David Brock and Detective Sergeant Kathy Kolla start looking for answers in London's Arab communities, but perhaps Springer's enemy can be found closer to home. As suspicions fall on the factions within the university, Springer's colleague, the Professor of Genetics, becomes involved. Is he as dangerous and unethical as he seems?
Brock and Kolla must work closer than ever before, sifting through the clues to find the real killer before further violence erupts.
'Maitland gets better and better, and Brock and Kolla are in impressive team who deserve to become household names.' - Publishing News
'Maitland is a masterful writer of crime fiction.' - Sydney Morning Herald
'More, please, Mr Maitland.'- The Washington Times
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 write full time. 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.
Crime & Mystery
Allen & Unwin
Allen & Unwin
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Crime & mystery