Killing Defence at Bridge is one of the great classics of bridge. It carries the mark of a genius and was the first in a series of major books written by Hugh Kelsey, who became internationally recognised as a leading authority on the analysis of bridge. He coupled this incisive thinking with a brilliant skill with words and made the most complex techniques in bridge sound simple and easy to grasp. Killing Defence features a foreword by Ron Klinger, one of bridge's leading teachers.
Hugh Kelsey, international player, writer and analyst, is recognised universally as one of the all-time great names in bridge. With the gift of explaining complex ideas in simple terms, he wrote over 50 bridge books of exceptional merit during a lifetime devoted to the game. He was for many years Editor of the Master Bridge Series.