Dead Right (Inspector Banks, #9)



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  • Paperback
  • Dead Right (Inspector Banks, #9)
  • Peter Robinson
  • English
  • 04 October 2018
  • 0330482173

10 thoughts on “Dead Right (Inspector Banks, #9)

  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 kind 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 beate...

  2. says:

    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 B 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 n...

  3. says:

    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, whic 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 a...

  4. says:

    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 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 littlethan just racism on their age...

  5. says:

    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 ma 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 a...

  6. says:

    A young man is found battered to death in an alley in Eastvale What seems like a simple case of a fight after the pubs close going too far turns into a nightmare for DCI Alan Banks when it becomes clear that the dead man was a member of a sinister far right organisation This is a story of friendship turned sour, confidences betrayed and it could just spell the end of Banks career as the new Chief Constable seems to want to find fault with everything he does.Banks has personal problems with hi A young man is found battered to death in an alley in Eastvale What seems like a simple case of a fight after the pubs close going too far turns into a nightmare for DCI Alan Banks when it becomes clear that the dead man was a member of a sinister far right organisation This is a story of friendship turned sour, confidences betrayed and it could just spell the end of Banks career as the new Chief Constable seems to want to find fault with everything he does.Banks has personal problems with his wife, Sandra, leaving him as she doesn t feel there is anything left in their marriage partly because he always puts work first I enjoyed this tightly plotted story with its various strands all coming together in what seems like a conclusion but which actually has sometwists and turns to catch the reader out.This is probably one of the best books in the series...

  7. says:

    Although another great mystery, I ll have to say that I liked this Peter Robinson book a little less than his previous novels The plot was solid and interesting but there was no great mystery or guessing game to this book Inspector Alan Banks has a lot of personal things that happen to him, which will perhaps impact future books that Robinson has written and might just be the reason this particular novel was aquiet mystery than others.As I ve said beforeRobinson s books flow with a sp Although another great mystery, I ll have to say that I liked this Peter Robinson book a little less than his previous novels The plot was solid and interesting but there was no great mystery or guessing game to this book Inspector Alan Banks has a lot of personal things that happen to him, which will perhaps impact future books that Robinson has written and might just be the reason this particular novel was aquiet mystery than others.As I ve said beforeRobinson s books flow with a s...

  8. says:

    Robinson is a very solid author Writes with a consistently high quality The over arching theme of this book is immigration, which resonates very strongly today It s always intriguing to see these little snapshots in time and get context about their struggles Add in the s...

  9. says:

    I ve read a lot of books in this series and not in order This book answers a lot of questions about the private life of the main character Alan Banks It s the characters I enjoy the most about the series In this book what seems a simple murder to solve turns into something muchand it s not that straight forward a case Banks puts his career on the line to get to the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth He is not looking for a convenient solution to the case like the chief c I ve read a lot of books in this series and not in order This book answers a lot of questions about the private life of the main character Alan Banks It s the characters I enjoy the most about the series In this book what seems a simple murder to solve turns into something muchand it s not that straight forward a case Banks puts his career on the line to get to the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth He is not looking for a convenient solution to the case like the chief constab...

  10. says:

    Sandra has moved out and Tracey has started college, leaving Alan Banks at a loss Then a rabid neo Nazi is beaten and stomped to death, and the first clues point to a group of Asian kids Banks is under pressure to solve this case before race riots break out, and as other clues emerge he flies to Amsterdam with Dirty Dick Burgess There he gets the information he needs, but the Chief Constable suspends him and declares the case solved after one of the victim s friends confesses The book ends w Sandra has moved out and Tracey has started college, leaving Alan Banks at a loss Then a rabid neo Nazi is beaten and stomped to death, and the first clues point to a group of Asian kids Banks is under pressure to solve this case before race riots break out, and as other clues emerge he flies to Amsterdam with Dirty Dick Burgess There he gets the infor...

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