- Author:Mark Honan,Peter Robinson
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A truly compelling listen.
view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. A truly compelling listen. Peter Robinson is an award-winning author whose novels have been named a Best Book of the Year by Publishers Weekly, a Notable Book by the New York Times, and a Page Turner of the Week by People magazine. Series: Inspector Banks (Book 1).
Gallows View is the first novel in the popular Inspector Banks series by British author Peter Robinson
Gallows View is the first novel in the popular Inspector Banks series by British author Peter Robinson. Banks, has recently moved from the high-crime city of London to Yorkshire, a sleepy little town, where crime is not particularly common and the residents have until now felt safe. He is happily married to Sandra, has two kids, and is very dedicated to his job and works long hours.
Inspector Banks Novels. Banks knew St Peter’s. He had visited Annie Cabbot there several times during her recent convalescence. Just a few short months ago he had seen her in tears trying to walk on crutches, and now she was due back at work on Monday. He took the first exit from the roundabout and drove alongside the wall for about a hundred yards before arriving at the arched entrance and turning left on the tarmac drive. There was no gate or gatehouse, but the first officers to arrive on the scene had quite rightly taped off the area.
A psychological thriller from the author of the bestselling Inspector Banks series. On a balmy June night, Kirsten, a young university student, strolls home through a silent, moonlit park. Suddenly her tranquil mood is shattered as she is viciously attacke. Dry Bones that Dream (Inspector Banks, by Peter Robinson. At first there are over a hundred suspects, but then things narrow down to the people who live on "Maggie's Farm", an isolated house high on the daleside.
His very first-novel, Gallows-View premiered in the year 1987, and introduced the world to ector-Alan Banks.
Peter Robinson is a prolific mystery thriller write who lives in Canada, but writes about characters in his homeland of England. Although the author of several short stories, novels, poems, and essays, Robinson is best known for his Inspector Alan Banks series. His very first-novel, Gallows-View premiered in the year 1987, and introduced the world to ector-Alan Banks. The novel was a hit, and was one of the nominees for the John-Creasey-Award in the United Kingdom.
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Peter Robinson's first Inspector Alan Banks mystery, Gallows View, was published in 1987 and has been on my TBR almost as long. We are introduced to Banks who is the Chief Inspector in Yorkshire. He's investigating a number of crimes, including a Peeping Tom. In an effort to convince the local women that the police are taking the crime seriously, Banks's boss brings in Jenny Fuller, a female psychologist who is working on a profile of the suspect.
The classic first novel in Peter Robinsons internationally bestselling series featuring Inspector Alan Banksa must-read for fans of Louise Penny, Ian Rankin, and Elizabeth George. Former London policeman Alan Banks relocated to quiet Yorkshire seeking some small measure of peace. But as he soon learns, evil and violence are not unique to large cities. When an elderly woman is found brutally slain in her home in the quaint village of Eastvale, Chief Inspector Banks wonders if a local voyeur has crossed the line from menace to murderer.
PENGUIN CELEBRATIONS GALLOWS VIEW PETER ROBINSON is the . Peter Robinson divides his time between Toronto and Richmond, North Yorkshire.
PENGUIN CELEBRATIONS GALLOWS VIEW PETER ROBINSON is the author of nineteen Inspector Banks novels as well as two non-series suspense novels, Caedmon’s Song and No Cure for Love, and . PETER ROBINSON is the author of nineteen Inspector Banks novels as well as two non-series suspense novels, Caedmon’s Song and No Cure for Love, and a collection of short stories called Not Safe After Dark. Published by the Penguin Group.