Blood Brothers
by Patricia Hall

Kate O’Donnell, fresh from her adventures in Dressed to Kill, uncovers further evidence of the darker side of London in the Swinging Sixties.

1963. A badly mutilated corpse is discovered on the site of the new Centre Point Tower currently under construction in London’s West End. With fingers and toes severed, it has all the hallmarks of a gangland killing. But Detective Sergeant Harry Barnard isn’t convinced.

Meanwhile, a key witness has disappeared before the upcoming trial of East End gangster Georgie Robertson. Is there a connection? At the same time, young photographer Kate O’Donnell’s current assignment with the crime reporter of a national newspaper is causing a rift in her relationship with Harry Barnard. And Harry’s association with Georgie Robertson’s gangster brother Ray is causing concern among his colleagues. Has the line between criminal and copper become too blurred?

As the atmosphere of suspicion intensifies, Kate finds that her role with Globe reporter Carter Price is about to lead her into unexpected danger.


“Hall’s sharply drawn 1960s setting sets this series apart”


“The tension builds as the different plot lines come together, but Hall never loses control over the varying threads. She also does a terrific job of explaining the inner working of the press at a time when newspapers still mattered.”

Publishers Weekly

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Blood Brothers by Patricia Hall is available in the following formats

Ebook97817801051541st June 2014N/A208$6.99
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