Bad for Good – Uncovering Brighton’s Murky Underworld

Graham Bartlett is the former Chief Superintendent of Brighton and Hove Police, and advisor to some of the world’s bestselling crime authors. With thirty years experience of solving crimes, and having written non fiction books about the subject of crime, he subsequently entered the Sunday Times Top Ten with his first non-fiction book, Death Comes Knocking – Policing Roy Grace’s Brighton in 2016. He followed that up in 2020 with another non-fiction book, Babes in the Wood, the harrowing 32- year fight to bring a double child killer to justice. Both these books he co-wrote with international best seller, Peter James.

As well as writing, Bartlett is a police procedural and crime advisor helping scores of authors and TV writers (including Peter James, Mark Billingham, Elly Griffiths, Anthony Horowitz, Ruth Ware, Claire McGowan and Dorothy Koomson) achieve authenticity in their drama.

Latest TV’s Yael Breuer met Graham at the scene of crime of his debut novel, Bad for Good, centering on a murky world of vigilantes and corruption in Brighton.

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