A family of Hasidic Jews dies suddenly while picnicking in Finsbury Park, and the finger is quickly pointed at a gang of Islamist youths. Too quickly, thinks local reporter Rex Tracey.
Rex starts to investigate. But when his longtime colleague and friend is also accused of murder, the sleuthing journalist with a fondness for Polish lager and dry one-liners is catapulted out of his depth into a disturbing world of religious fanaticism, false prophets and century-old secrets.
©2016 M. H. Baylis (P)2016 Oakhill Publishing
"M. H. Baylis is on to a winning combination with his Rex Tracey mysteries." (Independent)
"M.H. Baylis introduces the London borough of Tottenham to crime fiction, and it performs extremely well...fast-moving and very entertaining." (The Times)
"An excellent crime novel as well as a sharply observed slice of contemporary London life." (Guardian)
"A sparky, unexpected thriller.... His delicate sense of place gives Baylis a special authenticity." (Daily Mail)
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