Everton Kohter is a young man on death row, but Luke Harding has been tipped off that he is innocent. Luke wants to reopen the case, the The Authorities want him to investigate suspected pairing committee fraud instead. Against the ticking clock, Luke and Malc chase all leads - including a freak electrical storm and a plane crash. Can they uncover the truth behind the forensic traces?
"Fast-moving storytelling in true thriller tradition" Jan Mark, TES"
Malcolm Rose, a former professor of chemistry, is a well-known children's thriller writer of some 25 novels including five Traces books published by Kingfisher. Malcolm has won the Angus Book Award (Tunnel Vision) and the Lancashire Book of the Year Award 2001 (Plague). His books regularly feature in the Book Trust 100 best books for children list. In the USA, Traces: Framed! was selected as a Best International Book by the International Reading Association. Malcolm lives in Sheffield.