A Necessary End (Inspector Banks Mystery) by Peter Robinson (1989-11-13)

A Necessary End (Inspector Banks Mystery) by Peter Robinson (1989-11-13)

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    1. Je suis déçu!!! J'avais déjà acheté ce livre, mais sous le titre de Abbatoir Blues. Les publishers auront du dire que c'était le même livre.


    2. Troisième aventure de l'Inspecteur Banks. Un policier est tué lors d'une manifestation: crime politique ou vengeance personnelle? Pour résoudre l'enquête, un 'superintendent' de Londres aux manières brutales vient dans le Yorkshire.Sans être le meilleur des 3 premiers épisodes de la série, "A Necessary End" n'en est pas moins une lecture agréable. Pas un thriller ni un livre d'action, mais des personnages et un décor intéressants.


    3. In "A Necessary End," the third novel in Peter Robinson’s series featuring Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks, an anti-nuclear demonstration turns tragic as a police officer charged with keeping order is stabbed to death. The trouble is that there were at least 100 people at the demo and nobody saw the actual murder, so Banks has his hands full; worse, London’s central authority has decided to send Superintendent Richard Burgess to oversee Banks’s investigation. Banks has a history wit [...]


    4. This novel was very straightforward. No surprise or dramatic twists or turns ever appeared, just dogged, determined police work.But the fact that methodical police work followed from the start to the finish did not mean the book was slow or boring. Just the opposite. I was thoroughly engaged with the characters and their personal storylines, a tribute to the author's writing skills. Every now and then I thought one or another of the characters might turn into a very bad seed which promoted a [...]


    5. Another really good read by Peter Robinson. I have just discovered this author and am starting to read the Inspector Banks series order. I like his characters, the plot and his wonderful description of the countryside in Yorkshire. A very good writer who obviously does good research on the locale and his subject.


    6. This book, though one of Robinson's early works, succeeds nicely. In sleuthing the murder of a policeman at an anti-nuke rally, the author probes the venalities of both the cops and the protestor community. This is a typical Robinson procedural, leavened nicely by the presence of a Scotland Yard hotshot sent up to Yorkshire to solve the crime. Superintendent Burgess becomes one of Robinson's more interesting characters and the interplay between this freewheeler and the more restrained Chief I [...]


    7. I didn’t like Burgess, but I’m not supposed to. I really began to like the book when Banks found Liz Dale. The farm was a wonderful setting. Mara was fun to follow.


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