New Release Books by Graham Bartlett

Graham Bartlett is the author of Force of Hate (2023), Bad for Good (2022), Babes in the Wood (2020), Death Comes Knocking (2016), IKEv2 IPsec Virtual Private Networks (2016) and other 2 books.

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Force of Hate

release date: Mar 23, 2023
Force of Hate
When a night-time firebomb attack at a Brighton travellers' site kills women and children, Chief Superintendent Jo Howe has strong reason to believe the new, dubiously elected, far-right council leader is behind the murders. Against the direct orders of her chief constable, Jo digs deep into the killings secretly briefing the senior investigating officer of her suspicions. As she delves further, Jo uncovers an underworld of human trafficking and euthanasia all leading to a devastating plot which threatens thousands of lives and from which the murderous politician looks sure to walk scot-free. Having narrowly survived a plot to kill her, where another was not so lucky, she realises that only by facing near-certain death once more can she thwart this terrorist outrage.

Bad for Good

release date: Jun 23, 2022
Bad for Good
'Gripping, clever, masterly written and reeking authenticity on every page.' Peter James

Babes in the Wood

release date: Feb 20, 2020
Babes in the Wood
"Babes in the Wood takes us to the heart of a murder case that shocked the nation. Both gripping police procedural and an insight into the motivations of a truly evil man, it is a unique account of what became a thirty-two year fight for justice. On 9 October 1986, nine-year-olds Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway went out to play on their Brighton estate. They would never return home; their bodies were discovered the next day concealed in a small clearing in a local park. This devastating crime rocked their close-knit community and the whole country. Following the investigation moment by moment, drawing on exclusive interviews with officers charged with catching the killer, former senior detective Graham Bartlett and bestselling author Peter James tell the compelling inside story of the murder hunt and the arrest of local man Russell Bishop. The trial that followed was one of the most infamous in the history of Brighton policing - a shock result saw Bishop walk free. 'Not guilty.' Three years later, Graham is working as a junior detective in Brighton CID. A seven year old girl is kidnapped and found wandering naked on the freezing South Downs. When Bishop's name comes up as a suspect, it's clear history had come close to repeating itself. With the law and science against them, the police are frustrated that, still, he would escape justice for the double murder. Decades later detectives are handed a surprise second chance. Can Bishop finally be made to answer for his horrendous crimes?"--Publisher's description.

Death Comes Knocking

release date: Jul 14, 2016
Death Comes Knocking
Fans of Peter James and his bestselling Roy Grace series of crime novels know that his books draw on in-depth research into the lives of Brighton and Hove police and are set in a world every bit as gritty as the real thing. His friend Graham Bartlett was a long-serving detective in the city once described as Britain's 'crime capital'. Together, in Death Comes Knocking, they have written a gripping account of the city's most challenging cases, taking the reader from crime scenes and incident rooms to the morgue, and introducing some of the real-life detectives who inspired Peter James's characters. Whether it's the murder of a dodgy nightclub owner and his family in Sussex's worst non-terrorist mass murder or the race to find the abductor of a young girl, tracking down the antique trade's most notorious 'knocker boys' or nailing an audacious ring of forgers, hunting for a cold-blooded killer who executed a surfer or catching a pair who kidnapped a businessman, leaving him severely beaten, to die on a hillside, the authors skilfully evoke the dangerous inside story of policing, the personal toll it takes and the dedication of those who risk their lives to keep the public safe.

IKEv2 IPsec Virtual Private Networks

release date: Aug 10, 2016
IKEv2 IPsec Virtual Private Networks
Create and manage highly-secure Ipsec VPNs with IKEv2 and Cisco FlexVPN The IKEv2 protocol significantly improves VPN security, and Cisco’s FlexVPN offers a unified paradigm and command line interface for taking full advantage of it. Simple and modular, FlexVPN relies extensively on tunnel interfaces while maximizing compatibility with legacy VPNs. Now, two Cisco network security experts offer a complete, easy-tounderstand, and practical introduction to IKEv2, modern IPsec VPNs, and FlexVPN. The authors explain each key concept, and then guide you through all facets of FlexVPN planning, deployment, migration, configuration, administration, troubleshooting, and optimization. You’ll discover how IKEv2 improves on IKEv1, master key IKEv2 features, and learn how to apply them with Cisco FlexVPN. IKEv2 IPsec Virtual Private Networks offers practical design examples for many common scenarios, addressing IPv4 and IPv6, servers, clients, NAT, pre-shared keys, resiliency, overhead, and more. If you’re a network engineer, architect, security specialist, or VPN administrator, you’ll find all the knowledge you need to protect your organization with IKEv2 and FlexVPN. Understand IKEv2 improvements: anti-DDoS cookies, configuration payloads, acknowledged responses, and more Implement modern secure VPNs with Cisco IOS and IOS-XE Plan and deploy IKEv2 in diverse real-world environments Configure IKEv2 proposals, policies, profiles, keyrings, and authorization Use advanced IKEv2 features, including SGT transportation and IKEv2 fragmentation Understand FlexVPN, its tunnel interface types, and IOS AAA infrastructure Implement FlexVPN Server with EAP authentication, pre-shared keys, and digital signatures Deploy, configure, and customize FlexVPN clients Configure, manage, and troubleshoot the FlexVPN Load Balancer Improve FlexVPN resiliency with dynamic tunnel source, backup peers, and backup tunnels Monitor IPsec VPNs with AAA, SNMP, and Syslog Troubleshoot connectivity, tunnel creation, authentication, authorization, data encapsulation, data encryption, and overlay routing Calculate IPsec overhead and fragmentation Plan your IKEv2 migration: hardware, VPN technologies, routing, restrictions, capacity, PKI, authentication, availability, and more

First Gold

release date: Jan 01, 1999
First Gold
Presents the history of Ophir, NSW from the discovery of payable gold in 1851 to the present. Provides information about the first miners and mining companies in the area and the establishment of the town. Discusses social changes over time and provides information about the various mines that were established and the people involved. Copiously illustrated. Includes a bibliography and an index.
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