Dead Right (Chief Inspector Banks, Book 9) by Peter Robinson

By Peter Robinson

On a wet evening in Eastvale, is located in an alleyway, smashed over the top with a lager bottle and overwhelmed to dying. What first feels like a regular after-hours pub brawl long past heavily fallacious quickly turns into extra advanced and extra sinister. The sufferer, Jason Fox, was once a member of a white strength association referred to as the Albion League, and had lately been allow pass from his manufacturing facility activity due to his racist views.

So who used to be his killer—the Pakistani youths he had insulted within the pub prior that night? The shady neighbors of his enterprise accomplice, Mark wooden? Or might it were a person from the association who used to be keen on Jason's growing to be strength? Detective leader Inspector Alan Banks and Detective Constable Susan homosexual needs to fight with a case complex by way of escalating racial tensions and simmering departmental politics.

Show description

Read or Download Dead Right (Chief Inspector Banks, Book 9) PDF

Similar crime books

Lethal People

"Donovan Creed, a former CIA murderer, is a really tricky guy with a weak point for extraordinarily effortless girls. Meet him in deadly humans a relentlessly exciting crime novel that's frequently LOL humorous! The motion is quick and livid, the discussion shrewdpermanent, savvy and attractive, and the tale is stuffed with quirky characters and smart surprises.

Death On a High Floor: A Legal Thriller

While much-despised Marbury Marfan senior companion Simon Rafer turns up in a chilly pool of blood with an ornate dagger in his again, it comes as a shock to no one—least of all to Robert Tarza, who's first at the scene. A long-time associate at Marbury, Tarza is familiar with dozens of legal professionals within the enterprise who had strong reason to need Rafer within the floor.

The Black Angel (Charlie Parker, Book 5)

To people who were forsaken, hell has no geography.

The Black Angel starts off with the disappearance of a tender prostitute from one in all big apple City's seamiest neighborhoods. Like such a lot of tormented souls prior to her, the girl's mom is necessarily interested in Charlie Parker's doorstep determined for redemption and revenge. regardless of the chance that his selected career imposes on his spouse and child daughter, Parker is familiar with that the lady and her problems can't be neglected. As constantly, he's pushed as a lot through the evil that simmers within the hidden honeycomb global as he's through the binds of friendship and blood.

As Parker will get toward the girl's captors, he discovers that her disappearance is associated with a church of bones in japanese Europe, to the slaughter at a French monastery in 1944, and to the parable of an item referred to as the Black Angel—an item thought of by means of evil males to be past necessary. however the Black Angel isn't a legend. it really is genuine. It lives. It goals. And the secret of its life could include the key of Parker's personal origins.

De Cock en moord in triplo (De Cock, Book 66)

In een rode regencape stuift de uiterst aantrekkelijke Arendje van Nijmegen de recherchekamer van bureau Warmoesstraat binnen. Sinds haar echtgenoot met een buurman ging tennissen, is er niets meer van hem vernomen. Arendje vreest dat hij niet meer leeft. Heeft zij daar een reden toe? Of. .. .. Is er een ander in het spel, vraagt de ervaren rechercheur De Cock, met CeeOoCeeKaa.

Extra info for Dead Right (Chief Inspector Banks, Book 9)

Example text

Yes. 56 Liebeler. Have you found anything? Andrews. No; nothing. Liebeler. Has this fellow Bertrand sent you business in the past? Andrews. Prior to--I guess the last time would be February of 1963. (portions deleted from original) Liebeler: I don't think I have any more questions. Do you have anything else that you would like to add? Andrews: I wish I could be more specific, that's all. This is my impression, for whatever it is worth, of Clay Bertrand: His connections with Oswald I don't know at all.

Governor John Connally was then the floor manager for Lyndon Johnson. He was the man who was always his closest assistant in all of his political campaigns. That is Governor Connally of Texas who now lies wounded in a hospital in Dallas. About two o’clock in the morning, when there was much talk that Lyndon Johnson would be offered the vice-presidential nomination, John Connally told me that he was positive he would 32 never accept it. I had talked earlier to the late speaker, to Sam Rayburn. He told me too that Lyndon Johnson would never accept the vice-presidency, would never give up the job of Senate majority leader to take it.

Do you have anything else that you would like to add? Andrews: I wish I could be more specific, that's all. This is my impression, for whatever it is worth, of Clay Bertrand: His connections with Oswald I don't know at all. I think he is a lawyer without a brief case. That's my opinion. He sends the kids different places. C. and asked Monk if he would go over--be interested in a retainer and go over to Dallas and see about that boy. I thought I called Monk once. Monk says we talked twice. I don't remember the second.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.46 of 5 – based on 9 votes