Strange Affair: The New Inspector Banks Novel - Peter Robinson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0333989341 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Peter Robinson / Hardcover / 464 Pages / Book is published 2005-01-07 by Macmillan
Newest Review: ... creeps into tales, and this promised to give Banks another edge to him, and open up the reasons for their estranged ... more
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by - written on 20/08/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
It's fair to say that for me Peter Robinson's Inspector Banks series has had its highs and lows. Robinson has developed his no nonsense policeman with skill throughout, and the development of other characters as well as the surroundings has made things very familiar and needing little or no introduction to them. Despite this, he still gives a somewhat gentle recap of who's who, where we are, and the relevance of Banks' personal and professional history on occasion throughout each book, aware that not everyone will start from the beginning and work their way through the series chronologically. For those who have started at the beginning and carried on through, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/08 (Very useful, 367 readings)
Background: This is the second of the Peter Robinson books I bought recently 4 for £10.00.I really enjoyed the first and I was advised in the similarities in the work of Robinson and Ian Rankin. So I was keen to look at this and compare their books in style and quality. About the author: Peter Robinson has written 20 novels, since his first successful novel published in 1987. He has been awarded the 'Dagger in the Library' by the CWA in 2002 for his novel "The Summer that never was". Since then he was won numerous awards and his popularity is such that his latest one reached number 1 in the Sunday Times bestselling ... Read the complete review
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