Suddenly at Home
by Graham Ison

When Richard Cooper is found shot to death in his luxury apartment in North Sheen, London, Detective Chief Inspector Harry Brock and Detective Sergeant Dave Poole are assigned the case. They immediately question Dennis Jones, who found Cooper’s lifeless body, and Lydia Maxwell, who lived in the apartment opposite – but is either of them telling the truth?

Richard Cooper appears to have been a very private man who left few clues behind. As the investigation gathers pace, however, a trip to Belgium could signal the possible unravelling of the mystery. But it soon becomes clear that the hunt for a determined killer could lead to tragedy for Harry and his team.

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Suddenly at Home by Graham Ison is available in the following formats

Hardback978072788641529th July 2016145 X 223mm192£20.99
Hardback97807278864151st November 2016145 X 223mm192$28.99
Paperback978184751742531st May 2017140 X 216mm192£12.99
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Graham Ison

During Graham Ison’s thirty-year career in Scotland Yard’s Special Branch he was involved in several espionage cases. He also spent four years at 10 Downing Street as Protection Officer to two Prime Ministers. He is an honorary agent of the US Army Criminal Investigation Command.

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