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  1. says:

    Inspector Banks Among the English for EnglandAlthough written back in 1997, years before the plight faced by Syria s refugees, author Peter Robinson penned a novel concerning national pride cloaked in vicious racism and intolerance James Flood is found beaten to death in Banks never peaceful Eastvale.After the battered corpse is identified by Forensics, young members of Eastvale s Pakastani residents are prime suspects Flood had a run in with George Mahmood at a local pub He didn t take kindly to being run into by a G..d.d Paki.Banks may have racial tension on the rise It won t do It s just not PC, nor good for the town s image.Worse, James Flood was the technical Guru for a Neo Nazi crew, the Albion League, headed up by a smooth talking chief, Nevil Montcombe, who not only has the ways to attract the local disaffected young to his growing ranks, but the money to pay the best Solicitors and Barristers to protect his interests.While Banks is dealing with sticky political wickets on the job, his personal life is on the skids He and wife Sandra have split.It s enough to put Banks deep into his bottles of Laphroaig Scotch It s bloody Hell when Chief Superintendent Jimmy Riddell suspends Banks for not properly investigating the Flood case when Banks own subordinates find an easy solve to the murder Case closed.Or is it Banks may be suspended, but he s not a man to leave loose ends hanging Especially when his experience tells him the evidence doesn t add up.Robinson continues to write at the top of his game Banks continues to develop as an increasingly complex man, torn between duty and family.Bank s ninth appearance is a cracking good read Robinson writes another first rate police procedural This series just grows stronger with each successive entry Excellent Read it.


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    With the introduction of neo Nazi sympathizers, Blood at the Root, the ninth installment in the Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks series, takes a particularly dark turn And I could not please forgive the clich put this riveting novel down I devoured it in two days time.Jason Fox gets himself stomped to death in an alley after leaving a pub at closing time When the Eastvale police discover that young Fox was a lieutenant in the neo Nazi Albion League, things get complicated enough But they re going to get even complicated complicated enough to threaten Banks job To say any would be to cheat readers.Very important Blook at the Root previously published as Dead Right ends on a shocking cliff hanger You ll want to have the next book in the series, In A Dry Season, which won both the Anthony and Barry awards and was a finalist for the Edgar Award, at the ready Thank God my public library had it as a downloadable ebook so I didn t have to delay


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    A young man is found beaten to death outside of a bar after getting into an altercation with three young men of Pakistani heritage It turns out that the victim was a member of a Neo Nazi group dedicated to making Britain great again The group has published rants against immigrants, Jews and homosexuals Although this book was published in 1998, it is still timely today It s sad how stories dealing with bigotry never seem dated Inspector Alan Banks is in charge of investigating the case, which is not as straightforward as it first appears and the list of suspects grows I liked Banks and I liked this book It is not necessary to have read any of the other books in this series, although I am sure that I missed some of the nuances of Banks relationships That doesn t bother me since I don t read police procedurals to learn about the personal lives of the detectives I learned just enough about Banks here, and not too much I intend to read of this series Some aspects of the police work seem quaint today For example, this was before cell phones and the police station did not have Internet access so a police officer had to go home to check out the website of the hate group.I listened to the audiobook and the narrator, James Langton, was very good.


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    The discovery of a dead body in an alleyway starts off another case for DCI Alan Banks.Author Peter Robinson continues his fine series of crime stories with another good entry, ably read by actor Neil Pearson Robinson slips in plenty of lovely moments of humour amidst the darkness Some of the funniest parts derive from the detective s love of classical music his intense dislike of karaoke country western.It s not the best entry in the series, but it s still good entertainment.


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    I am a fan of the Inspector Banks series but unfortunately have read them out of sequence which makes some of the situations and characters superfluous in this early entry Nevertheless, it is still a good read once you put yourself in the time frame of the story.A rabid Neo Nazi is found beaten to death outside a local bar which leads Banks into the ugly world of racism on his local pitch It also involves some of his Pakistani friends which, to his sorrow, drives a wedge in their relationship He soon learns that the small Neo Nazi group who may be responsible for the murder has a little than just racism on their agenda which may explain the killing of one of their own members Following some vague clues and his intuition brings down the wrath of his hated superior, Jimmy Riddle who is a nasty piece of work Banks is put on leave, facing termination from the force but continues to develop the case to a successful conclusion.Not one of the best of the series, it is still worth a read, especially for the fact that Banks punches Riddle in the mouth which fans of the series have been waiting on since its inception


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    When a 21 year old racist is beaten to death in an alley near a pub, it is thought the work of three local Asian Brits But the investigation by Banks and DC Susan Grey leads in a different direction The head of the white power group with which the victim is affiliated is into than just hate politics, and the young man has run afoul of desires that have nothing to do with race Banks pursues his investigation while his wife is ending their 20 year marriage, making it so much fun for him Susan has the hots for Banks but keeps it to herself Banks personal life includes having lunch with a musician lady friend Susan is betrayed by her boyfriend, who is pumping her for information on Banks and then forwarding it to their boss, Riddle.


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    It s been nearly a year since I read the previous book in the Banks series, and at the rate I m going, I will remain over twenty years behind Remarkably, Robinson is still writing new ones, he s up to book 25 so I definitely need to catch up a bit.This 9th book, alternatively titled Dead Right, is where everything changes for DCI Banks, but also takes into the dark realm of the far right movement.A young man has been found stomped to death in an alley in Eastvale after a night out in the pub, where he had an altercation with a youth from the local Asian community The victim is discovered to be a high ranking member of the Albion League, neo nazis who call for the expulsion of all non whites from Britain Arresting the suspects leads to claims of racial discrimination, and with no evidence, the police let them go, leading to claims of favouritism they really can t win DC Susan Gay helps find an important witness but when Banks nemesis reappears, a whole new dimension to the case opens up.Meanwhile, his wife Sandra has had enoughWhile this covers some very uncomfortable topics, and introduces some repugnant characters, the most interesting part was how the author shows all the different levels of racism, even from the good characters, including the police Some of it seems quite prescient reading it in the run up to Brexit Robinson is both a master of plot and character, but also an evocative writer bringing every scene to life with just the right amount of detail.The next book In a Dry Season is actually the first one I ever read in the series, and unfortunately I didn t keep it, so probably will aim to buy read it again before continuing on with this excellent series, which is definitely best read in order.


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    To say I am a fan of Peter Robinson is putting it mildly As I continue to catch up with the older books in the series, I continue to be impressed by his writing It s interesting that this was published in 1998 It s post Thatcher Great Britain where the industrial jobs are gone, and frustration takes on an ugly anti immigrant flavor by native white Brits Unfortunately many of them can t distinguish between someone who is native born vs an actual immigrant, not that it matters When a young man is found brutally murdered and disfigured, it is soon apparent that there is far to this case than meets the eye It turns out that the murdered young man had a sordid past that his family didn t even know about, a life of racial hatred and association with a group advocating racial purity It s really a chilling book, and is amazingly prescient.


  9. says:

    I read this out of order in the series, so many of the the events in Inspector Banks life are old news, such as the collapse of his marriage The details of a seemingly racially motivated murder lead to tension in Eastvale on the part of Pakistani citizens Banks is definitely on the wrong side of his superior in the police department when he doesn t agree with the arrest of the confessed murderer HIs intransigence leads to his suspension so he pursues the case as a private citizen Good police procedural.


  10. says:

    It s very very rare I struggle to enjoy the Inspector Banks novels but this one was so boring it took me ages.


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