Strange Affair

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Author(s): Peter Robinson
Series: Inspector Banks Series No: 15
Imprint: Clipper Audio
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (13.22 hours)
Product Number: Z1029
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449893132
Narrator/s: Ron Keith
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When Inspector Alan Banks receives a disturbing phone call from his estranged brother, he immediately heads to London. Meanwhile Detective Annie Cabbot rushes to a gruesome murder scene on the outskirts of Eastvale. Soon both investigations lead to the same horrifying conclusion. Abridged. 5 CDs.

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Strange Affair
Product Number: BX00006157
Product Number:Z1029
Product Number:C3362

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CD
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Author(s): Peter Robinson
Narrator(s): Ron Keith
Series:
Product Number C3362
Released: Aug 29, 2005
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781419348815
eAudio
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Author(s): Peter Robinson
Narrator(s): Ron Keith
Series:
Product Number Z100116941
Released: Aug 02, 2016
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: HarperAudio
ISBN: #9780062642356
eBook
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Author(s): Peter Robinson
Series:
Product Number EB00239108
Released: Mar 20, 2014
Business Term: 26 Circ
Publisher: William Morrow
ISBN: #9780061826849

Professional reviews

"Simon Prebble gives an eerie elegance to Robinson's fifteenth novel featuring Yorkshire DCI Alan Banks in a case that takes a distinctly personal turn for the morose and self-destructive inspector. Banks gets an urgent telephone message from his estranged brother and is perplexed when he's unable to track him down. Meanwhile, a slip of paper with Banks's name and address is found in the pocket of a murder victim. As always, Robinson's writing is filled with atmospheric musical references to emphasize the character's lonely melancholy, and Prebble's reading adds to that somber atmosphere. A Yorkshire accent is not in evidence. Instead Prebble's smooth and even narration is characterized by its pace and timing, which give the novel an elegantly haunting quality. S.E.S. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"

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