Aftermath: DCI Banks 12

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Pan Macmillan UK, Nov 1, 2001 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Number 35 The Hill is an ordinary house in an ordinary street. But it is about to become infamous. When two police constables are sent to the house following a report of a domestic disturbance, they stumble upon a truly horrific scene. A scene which leaves one of them dead and the other fighting for her life and career.The identity of a serial killer, the Chameleon, has finally been revealed. But his capture is only the beginning of a shocking investigation that will test Inspector Alan Banks to the absolute limit. 'It demonstrates how the crime novel, when done right, can reach parts that other books can't . . . A considerable achievement' GUARDIAN 'Move over Ian Rankin - there's a new gunslinger in town looking to take over your role as top British police procedural author. With AFTERMATH, Chief Inspector Alan Banks emerges as a definite contender for fiction's new top cop . . .' INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

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Review: Aftermath (Inspector Banks #12)

User Review  - Ramshan - Goodreads

This novel makes all the previous entries in the series look like fillers!! This is better than its more popular brother 'Dry Bones That Dream' ... This is what good writing reads like ... But fair ... Read full review

Review: Aftermath (Inspector Banks #12)

User Review  - Peter - Goodreads

Peter Robinson's Inspector Banks series is good, very good, but with each new book in the series there is less light, more dark, less hope and more despair, and definitely an erosion in the character ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Peter Robinson grew up in Yorkshire, and is the author of thirteen previous novels featuring Inspector Banks. He is the winner of numerous awards in the United States, Britain and Canada, and in 2002 he won the CWA Dagger in the Library award.

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