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A Necessary End (Inspector Banks)
A Necessary End - Inspector Banks
Author: Peter Robinson
A peaceful demonstration in the normally quiet town of Eastvale ended with fifty arrests-and the brutal stabbing death of a young constable. But Chief Inspector Alan Banks fears there is worse violence in the offing. For CID superintendent Richard "Dirty Dick" Burgess has arrived from London to take charge of the investigation, fueled by profess...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781400162710
ISBN-10: 1400162718
Publication Date: 6/22/2010
Edition: Unabridged,MP3 - Una
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Publisher: Tantor Media
Book Type: Audio CD
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Chief Inspector Banks is at it again here. The development of the characters in Robinsons series and the description of life in the raw is great
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#3 Inspector Alan Banks police procedural in which a policeman is killed during a supposedly peaceful anti-nuclear demonstration gone wrong. Was the copper killed in the heat of the violence of the demonstration as is first assumed, or did someone have a personal vendetta against him? It's up to Banks and crew as well as the haughty "Dirty Dick" Burgess, sent up to Yorkshire from London to find out.

I didn't like this one quite as much as the last--it seemed there were just too many of the same descriptions of lighting cigarettes and pouring this or that drink over and over and OVER again; not only Banks, but those he's with as well. I have no problem with the characters smoking or drinking, but we don't really need to read the details every time they light up or have a pint or a drink, do we? I think the book would have been about a third lighter with a few of those descriptions left out. LOL Still, an interesting entry the series--it wasn't enough to put me off it by any means, more an annoyance than anything--and one bonus was that I didn't figure out the mystery until the very end.
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I've read 5 books in this series and this was my least favorite so far. It's still a good story and I would recommend reading it if you are reading the series in order. Lots of characters that weren't really that interesting -
Hippie-like. The Inspector himself makes it worthwhile, though.
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