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  • Entertaining Whodunnit

    DCI Alan Banks has just moved up North from London and has a lot on his plate. There's a Peeping Tom spying on blonde women, a series of break and enters and an old woman may have been murdered during the course of a burglary . When an attractive psychologist is brought in to help profile the Peeping Tom, Banks realizes a growing attraction to her, despite being very happily married. This is my first DCI Alan Banks story and I am sure it won't be my last. Banks is a very likable character and it is rather a nice change to read about a detective that is not alcoholic, in a dysfunctional relationship or in some way damaged.

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  • A good start

    I’ve read most of this he Banks novels, is including the latest, so it was interesting to go back to the first one. It set a good standard, with the character already taking shape. Tensions at home, maybe?

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