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When the Music's Over: DCI Banks 23 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 The Times 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 The Alan Banks Mystery Suspense Novels Are The Best Series On The Market Try One And Tell Me I M Wrong Stephen KingTHE SUNDAY TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLERThis Sunday Times Number One Bestselling DCI Banks Book By Peter Robinson Has The Team Investigating Two Highly Contemporary Crimes Each Echoing And Illuminating The Other


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8 thoughts on “When the Music's Over: DCI Banks 23

  1. says:

    I gave up on PR books after the preposterous Bad Boy against my better judgement I thought I d dip my toe in again with this offering It s very disappointing, the story never gets going, there is no action, it s basically a c


  2. says:

    I ve read all of the Peter Robinson Inspector Banks novels Really enjoyed them over the year but I m now finding them less enjoyable Far too much focus on the music that Bank s enjoys I know the writer is indulging his own love of mus


  3. says:

    The plot of this book is very current considering what s been happening over the last few years In reality it could come across as rather disturbing to some.I notice that all the main characters have been promoted Banks is now a Detective Supe


  4. says:

    There were two topical stories running through this book which I found difficult to read but at the same time I couldn t put the book down Banks has been promoted but was put in charge of an investigation into historical sex abuse against children back


  5. says:

    Yes it s a novel but it s also a treatise on race relations as well as other social issues as perceived by Banks and it s not too difficult to buy into the results of this exploration of grooming, sexual and drug abuse with the problems ensuing from Political C


  6. says:

    Have loved all the other Banks books but when I started this one and found the subject matter I was disappointed The investigations in the book are so familiar to us as it is current news I was in two minds as to whether or not to bother reading it I like the way Peter


  7. says:

    I always enjoy Robinson and this was no exception I have one caveat with this book because while Robinson always gives you the feel of the Dales and could be read for many years afterwards, I felt that this book demands much current knowledge of events, which may spoili for thos


  8. says:

    I enjoyed it but I thought that the resolution happened all of a sudden It was as if the author realised he had hit the page limit and had to wrap things up quickly Otherwise a good story and nice to see Banks in a new role It gives the series a new twist and I am looking forward to the


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