Strange Affair

Strange Affair

Book - 2005
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While Inspector Alan Banks is off work, recovering from an injury, his brother Roy goes missing, so Banks travels to London to investigate, finding that something has gone seriously wrong in Roy's prosperous but dodgy life. Back in Eastvale, a young woman is found dead with Banks' address in her pocket, and his colleagues are unable to find him.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, c2005
ISBN: 9780771076138
0771076134
9780771076183
9780771076084
0771076088
Characteristics: 326 p

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Jan 07, 2017

A complex trail of evil that deals with human trafficking and the possible involvement of Bank's somewhat shady brother. This turns out to be a very emotional and difficult case for Banks.
Overall it is a good mystery with a good pace especially the last 40 pages with an unexpected twist at the end.
Robinson continues with his familiar characters with additions to their stories and refreshers to the past. Ideally best read in order of their English publication dates. Recommended.

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