No Trace Scotland Yard detectives Brock and Kolla return to search for a missing girl whose artist father (signature work: Dead Puppies — cooked, canned, eaten on… No Trace Scotland Yard detectives Brock and Kolla return to search for a missing girl whose artist father (signature work: Dead Puppies — cooked, canned, eaten on… 2006-10-03 Mystery and Thriller St. Martin's Minotaur
Book Review

No Trace (2006)

EW's GRADE
A-

Details Release Date: Oct 03, 2006; Writer: Barry Maitland; Genre: Mystery and Thriller; Publisher: St. Martin's Minotaur

Scotland Yard detectives Brock and Kolla return to search for a missing girl whose artist father (signature work: Dead Puppies — cooked, canned, eaten on TV) makes her abduction the theme of his new show.

Ick Factor
High: Objets d'art include a twitchy corpse and a meat-and-maggots bust of Princess Di.

Lowdown
The satire of the avant-garde is a bit broad, but Brock and Kolla's meticulous, psychologically acute sleuthing still fascinates.

Originally posted Sep 29, 2006 Published in issue #900 Oct 06, 2006 Order article reprints
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