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Watching the Dark: DCI Banks 20 Peter Robinson Has For Too Long, And Unfairly, Been In The Shadow Of Ian Rankin Perhaps PIECE OF MY HEART, The Latest In The Chief Inspector Banks Series, Will Give Him The Status He Deserves, Near, Perhaps Even At The Top Of, The British Crime Writers League Marcel Berlins, The Times Brilliant Gut Wrenching Plotting, Alongside Heart Wrenching Portraits Of The Characters Who Populate His World, Not To Mention The Top Notch Police Procedure Jeffery Deaver Classic Robinson A Labyrinthine Plot Merged With Deft CharacterisationObserver Robinson Also Has A Way Of Undercutting The Genre S Familiarity With A Deceptively Unspectacular Language, He Sets About The Process Of Unsettling The ReaderIndependentPraise For Peter Robinson Peter Robinson Has For Too Long, And Unfairly, Been In The Shadow Of Ian Rankin Perhaps PIECE OF MY HEART, The Latest In The Chief Inspector Banks Series, Will Give Him The Status He Deserves, Near, Perhaps Even At The Top Of, The British Crime Writers League Marcel Berlins, The Times Brilliant Gut Wrenching Plotting, Alongside Heart Wrenching Portraits Of The Characters Who Populate His World, Not To Mention The Top Notch Police Procedure Jeffery Deaver Classic Robinson A Labyrinthine Plot Merged With Deft Characterisation Observer Robinson Also Has A Way Of Undercutting The Genre S Familiarity With A Deceptively Unspectacular Language, He Sets About The Process Of Unsettling The Reader Independent



5 thoughts on “Watching the Dark: DCI Banks 20

  1. says:

    DI Bill Quinn is killed by a crossbow bolt in the grounds of a police convalescent home DI Alan Banks and his team at first think it could be a revenge attack which probably means searching through all his previous cases to find out who could have wished him dead and been in a position to carry out the crime But there is a hint of police corruption in


  2. says:

    The 20th DCI Banks novel is not one of his best, although in a series as long and as entertaining as this the author may be forgiven the odd occasion when he misses his own high standard It s just that you feel Banks himself needs to get out of his rut and pick up some new and positive interests, rugby or county cricket or pub quiz nights for example, inst


  3. says:

    Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks continues with his crime fighting in Yorkshire, but this time the crime leads him to Estonia A country not in the public eye, but one that comes alive under Peter Robinson s writing.DCI Banks is investigating the death of a colleague, DI Bill Quinn He was killed on the grounds of a rehab for professional policemen DS Annie Ca


  4. says:

    I said in a review of one of Peter Robinson s recent books that I had been a fan for a long time but that the standard had been slipping to a level that was now unacceptable and, if there was no improvement, I wouldn t be buying any With Watching the Dark I have reached that no , this is the last point The plotting is wildly inadequate SPOILER ALERT DON T READ ON IF


  5. says:

    It took me a while to get into this as the story seemed much slower paced than previous Banks offerings with no edge of your seat life threatening moments for the main protagonists.However, once I did get absorbed by the story, I decided that a step by step police procedural probably bears resemblance to real life than some of the earlier books.I wasn t convinced by the


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