THE SUNDAY TIMES NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER A skeleton has been unearthed. Alan Banks are blessed with two kids, Tracy as well as Brian. He is preparing to hand the Reacher series over to his brother and the two are writing this novel together to ease the transition. When they start using their influence to slow down the investigation, Banks finds himself in a race against time. The window in the office opens up to the view of the town’s Market Square, which remains quite busy. DI Annie Cabott soon discovers he is Mark Hardcastle, the well-liked and successful set designer for the Eastvale Theatres current production of Othello. As Banks makes his enquiries, it appears that a number of people are acting suspiciously: the interfering ‘lock-keeper’, Tina’s cold-hearted step-father, the wily local art dealer, even Tina’s boyfriend. Titled as ‘Gallows View’, the novel was published in the year 1987. When Banks receives a warning to step away from the case, he realises there is much more to the mystery than meets the eye – for there are plenty more skeletons to come out of the closet. However, all the places, fictional and actual co-exist in the series. But her good-intentions only leads to more danger.

But this is no trivial case of rural crime. Detective Inspector Bill Quinn is killed by a crossbow in the tranquil grounds of a police rehabilitation centre, and compromising photos are found in his room. But Banks is plagued with doubts as to exactly what happened outside the church that day, and why. With twenty-six books so far and a brilliant TV adaptation on ITV, there are plenty of mysteries to delve into and Peter Robinson proves himself time and again a master of the police procedural. Titled as ‘Gallows View’, the novel was published in the year 1987. Gradually, the leads in the two cases converge, guiding Banks to one of the most truly terrifying criminals he will ever meet. A skeleton has been unearthed. He could not have less in common with – or less regard for – young, disrespectful, long-haired hippies, smoking marijuana and listening to the pulsing sounds of rock and roll. Get weekly recommendations and eBook deals in our newsletter Sign up. Perhaps a second chance with Sandra? A shocking mass murder occurs at a wedding in a small Dales church and a huge manhunt follows. Peter Robinson's award-winning 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. Order Now / More Details.

For a curious young boy this resurfaced hamlet is a magical playground – until he unearths a human skeleton. He'll be adding playlists for more of the novels in the future. The first episode was premiered on September 27 and the second on October 4. Aftermath is Peter Robinson's spectacular twelfth novel in the Inspector Banks series which became the major British ITV drama DCI Banks. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google. It was even shortlisted for the award of the best first novel in Canada in addition to John Creasey Award of the United Kingdom. The site uses cookies to offer you a better experience. DCI Banks, brought in to investigate, is assailed on all sides. As the trail gets colder, Annie’s father’s new partner, Zelda, alerts Banks and Annie to the return of an old and dangerous enemy in a new guise. She has been brutally murdered.

A skinny young boy is found dead – his body carelessly stuffed into wheelie bin. Speaking of authors who write multiple series within the same universe – Michael Connelly will have the new Lincoln Lawyer novel out soon. The locations used in the series are at times real and other times created. Your order qualifies for free UK delivery. A beautiful June day in the Yorkshire Dales, and a group of children are spending the last of their half-term freedom swimming in the river near Hindswell Woods.

When signs of accelerant are found at the scene, DCI Banks and DI Annie Cabbot are summoned.

Jack Reacher is back this month and it’s the most intriguing Reacher novel yet – as Lee Child isn’t alone! The first in the series was ‘Aftermath’ where Stephen Tompkinson plays the leading character of Detective Banks. His children, Tracy and Brian, had already flown the nest. Dead Right: DCI Banks 9 by Peter Robinson (November 2, 2001) Book 9 of 22 4.4 out of 5 stars 483 ... Peter Robinson's award-winning 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. Before she knows it, a deadly chase across the country is set in motion. Dead Right: DCI Banks 9 by Peter Robinson (November 2, 2001) Book 9 of 22 4.4 out of 5 stars 483 ... Peter Robinson's award-winning 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. But his capture is only the beginning of a shocking investigation that will test Inspector Alan Banks to the absolute limit. The home of killer crime books, drama and film. Read 265 reviews from the world's largest community f… The police found no trace of him. Meanwhile, DI Annie Cabbot is called to a quiet stretch of road just outside Eastvale, where a young woman has been found dead in her car. In the victim’s pocket, scribbled on a slip of paper, police discover Banks’ name and address. Dry Bones That Dream is Peter Robinson's seventh novel in the Inspector Banks series which became the major British ITV drama DCI Banks. And on his return, unsuspecting of Tracy’s precarious situation, Banks is plunged into his most terrifying, personal case yet. But by the time they arrive, only the smouldering wreckage is left, and human remains have been found on both boats. This item can be requested from the shops shown below. The broken body of Jason Fox has been found in a dirty alleyway. As mentioned, he once lived in London. But he has a murder to solve, and it looks as if the victim was somehow associated with the up-and-coming psychedelic pastoral band the Mad Hatters. Innocent Graves is Peter Robinson's eighth novel in the Inspector Banks series which became the major British ITV drama DCI Banks. DCI Banks has reached a turning point. No one can foresee the operation’s disastrous consequences, or that the Doyles will not be the only family affected. He is not afraid of taking dark and dangerous paths for solving the crimes and doing justice. In 2013, the series won in the drama category at the regional Royal Television Society Yorkshire Programme Awards. The Dale is a creation of the author. But Inspector Alan Banks soon realizes that the truth is rarely so straightforward. Who is the boy, and where did he come from? Peter Robinson, the much popular and acclaimed writer created the character, who later became very famous. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, Gallows View: The First Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), A Dedicated Man (Inspector Banks Mysteries), A Necessary End (The Inspector Banks series), The Hanging Valley: An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), Past Reason Hated: An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), Wednesday's Child: An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), Innocent Graves (The Inspector Banks series), In a Dry Season: An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), Cold Is the Grave: A Novel of Suspense (Inspector Banks Novels, 11), Aftermath: An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), Playing with Fire: A Novel of Suspense (Alan Banks Series), Piece of My Heart: An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), Friend of the Devil (Inspector Banks Novels), All the Colors of Darkness: An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), Bad Boy: An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), Watching the Dark: An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels), Read more on Amazon's Peter Robinson page, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Banks’s frustration only grows when he suspects his latest case might be connected with an unsolved murder and a missing local woman, which occurred in the same area five years ago. Newly promoted Detective Superintendent Alan Banks is faced with a case that is as cold as they come. The twenty-seventh book in the number one bestselling Alan Banks crime series - by the master of the police procedural. Everyday life in Eastvale is shattered when a policeman is stabbed to death after an anti-nuclear demonstration turns violent.

So how did she get there, where did she die and who moved her? But it is about to become infamous. Of course a quieter life is the last thing Banks finds as he investigates a series of crimes in the Yorkshire town. Registered number: 861590 England.