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  • Author: Peter Robinson
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    1. amcgamcg on said:

      A little disappointing, although good quality writing Something exciting is lacking in the story, something above and beyond the plot.

    2. Malika on said:

      On passe toujours un bon moment avec l inspecteur Banks Il est humain, la r gion d crite est si belle qu on a envie d y aller Suspens et pas d horreur Juste bien.

    3. Linda W. on said:

      The Hanging Valley is the fourth case I have investigated with Chief Inspector Alan Banks, a new favorite of mine.Peter Robinson s writing draws the reader into the book and supports and propels one along the roads in Yorkshire and Toronto with the Chief Inspector The time in Toronto seems extended and provided so many details that seem to distract from the story, not add to it.Within the initial pages the reader engages with the four characters that form the core of the most likely villains in [...]

    4. jacquestati on said:

      Very disappointing Having picked up and enjoyed his 24th book in London, I thought the earlier works were just what I needed when hit by flu For the most part they are good reads if lacking the subtlety of the latest This one, however, is simply bad many one dimensional characters, too long spent on a Cook s tour of Toronto, unbelievable police expense budgets and time send a policeman to spend a week in a B B to keep his eyes open Send another to Toronto without a budget yet somehow he can drin [...]

    5. kleaspop on said:

      I confess that I was led to this series after watching the TV adaptations I have now read each tome in order up to The Hanging Valley Banks is an interesting character study and the reader finds out a little about him with each book Here, the complexities of the plot twists dominate The characterizations are all well honed and the descriptions of the local settings are wonderful An added bonus is Banks s brief investigative sojourn to Toronto This is a well constructed story that you can really [...]

    6. Pam on said:

      I love this series and like the author Unfortunately, there really isn t a resolution to this episode I thought perhaps the end of the book was missing so I found another copy It s true, it just ends I hoped there would be a resolution in the next in the series, but no luck I only on number nine Blood at the Root so I hope Mr Robinson will refer to what happened to the people in this edition.Read them anyway

    7. Pat Viar on said:

      Peter Robinson is just about my favorite writer of English police procedurals and Alan Banks my favorite character I have read every one of the Banks novels than once but for some reason had skipped The Hanging Valley I recently read it and it turned out to be a disappointment especially since I paid 12 for it for my Kindle It was just not up to the usual Nothing made sense in the book there was too much meditating and character analyzing However I will probably read them all again except The H [...]

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