Tag Archives: Peter Robinson

Country noir

Once again Stephen Booth delivers a tale centred on his Detective Ben Cooper of Easedale character. This one is a tightly woven story involving a small hamlet of houses and the mysterious disappearance of a lorry driver who is simply … Continue reading

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A shot in the dark

   Peter Robinson books are always a straightforward delight. I enjoy the fact that Banks always gets his man and that the plot is usually clever enough to throw me off the true scent for long enough to make it … Continue reading

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Through traffic

A DCI Banks novel – the 20th! I can hardly believe I’ve been reading from the start. His character has been through revolutions and I’ve enjoyed the progression. I’ve often wondered if Banks’ character reflects the life of the author … Continue reading

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Robert G lite

I’m a great fan of the Inspector Banks series of crime novels by Peter Robinson and I also enjoyed his previous foray away from this “Caedmon’s song”. However. I do think mr Robinson has not quite pulled it off with … Continue reading

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