Dci banks novels by peter robinson
Inspector Banks Series by Peter RobinsonPeter will be embarking on a tour to meet readers and discuss his latest novel, Many Rivers to Cross, from 16 September to 5 October. Here are the dates and venues where you can meet Peter and hear him discuss this latest book, and his Inspector Banks series. Tuesday 17th September, Tuesday 17th September, 7. Wednesday 18th September,
Inspector Banks Series
Peter Robinson is a prolific mystery thriller write who lives in Canada, but writes about characters in his homeland of England. Although the author of several short stories, novels, poems, and essays, Robinson is best known for his Inspector Alan Banks series. This creative string of novels has been adapted into several riveting television shows, and has been translated into over fifteen 15 different languages. Like many great British authors before him, robinson attended the prestigious University of Leeds. Here he received his bachelors of art in English Literature.
Publication Order of Inspector Banks Short Stories
Detective Superintendent Alan Banks  b. From to several of the novels were adapted for television, and other original stories were produced, under the series title DCI Banks with Stephen Tompkinson in the lead role. The first novel related to Banks was published in , and carried the blurb: "After once living in London and working as part of the Metropolitan Police Unsolved Crime Squad, Detective Inspector Alan Banks now lives in the fictional English town of Eastvale which is located in Yorkshire north of Ripon near the A1. Since moving to Eastvale, Banks now works as the DCI for Eastvale Police, with his own small office, containing a metal desk and two chairs, with the window looking out onto the town's busy Market Square. Coming from working-class stock, DCI Banks abhors anything to do with money and wealth, a driving force behind his decision to move from London to Eastvale. His big goal was to not get caught up in the materialism of the big city, and by moving away, has managed to raise a respected family in a bucolic setting.
Skip to main content. In Stock. I enjoyed this book so much that I have been obsessively reading the series since I finished it. I am now on 15 in the series. DCI Banks is an interesting and flawed character, and deeply honorable.