[PDF / Epub] ★ All the Colours of Darkness (Inspector Banks, #18) Author Peter Robinson – Thomashillier.co.uk

All the Colours of Darkness (Inspector Banks, #18) A Beautiful June Day In The Yorkshire Dales, And A Group Of Children Are Spending The Last Of Their Half Term Freedom Swimming In The River Near Hipswell Woods But The Idyll Is Shattered By Their Discovery Of A Man S Body, Hanging From A Tree.


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10 thoughts on “All the Colours of Darkness (Inspector Banks, #18)

  1. says:

    DCI Alan Banks is on holiday in London, frolicking or hoping to with the new love of his life, when his colleague, DI Annie Cabbot is called to the scene of an apparent suicide Mark Hardcastle, set designer for a local theater group, is found hanging from a tree in the woods outside Eastvale Things getcomplicated when Hardcastle s lover, Laurence Silbert, is found savagely beaten to death in the luxurious home that the two shared.Banks is called back from his holiday to help deal with DCI Alan Banks is on holiday in London, frolicking or hoping to with the new love of his life, when his colleague, DI Annie Cabbot is called to the scene of an apparent suicide Mark Hardcastle, set designer for a local theater group, is found hanging from a tree in the woods outside Eastvale Things getcomplicate...


  2. says:

    Eh, I read most of this while I was stuck in the hospital for hours before they could take me home I don t recommend it, even though I have enjoyed some of the previous Inspector Banks stories I think.The plot isn t exactly brilliant, but the biggest problem is the dire writing style It s wooden and it distracts you from what plot and characterisation the book does have The book is 500 pages long and could easily, very easily, be a lot shorter and a lot better I will say now that I could h Eh, I read most of this while I was stuck in the hospital for hours before they could take me home I don t recommend it, even though I have enjoyed some of the previous Inspector Banks stories I think.The plot isn t exactly brilliant, but the biggest problem is t...


  3. says:

    What can I say about this one Obviously I love Alan Banks but this book was not up to par with the others in the series If it s a police procedural I am usually absorbed with the action, the crime scene crew and resulting investigation But this time Robinson brought a spy element into the story MI 5 gets involved on the fringes of the investigation as one of their agents was murdered.The story starts with boys playing in the woods where they find a body hanging from one of the trees Here is What can I say about this one Obviously I love Alan Banks but this book was not up to par with the others in the series If it s a police procedural I am usually absorbed with the action, the crime scene crew and resulting investigation But this time Robinson brought a spy element into the story MI 5 gets involved on the fringes of the investigation as one of their agents was murdered.The story starts with boys playing in the woods where they find a body hanging from one of the trees Here is where DI Annie Cabbot gets involved as she is assigne...


  4. says:

    I haven t been this disappointed in a book in a long while I have always enjoyed Robinson s Inspector Banks series but this one made me wonder why I ever liked or sympathized w the hero I got tired of hearing what music he was listening to and evenweary of the s...


  5. says:

    Such a relief to read a mystery that does not involve a serial killer Perhaps because the author is British Seems like so many U.S detective fiction writers well, at least the non cozy ones these days are mired in either serial killers every damn book, for pete s sake or in ghastly, gruesome, detailed depictions of massacred and brutalized victims not mutually exclusive, of course Are American readers really this blood thirsty Is it impossible to sell a murder mystery without this obs Such a relief to read a mystery that does not involve a serial killer Perhaps because the author is British Seems like so many U.S detective fiction writers well, at least the non cozy ones these days are mired in either serial killers every damn book, for pete s sake or in ghastly, gruesome, detailed depictions of massacred a...


  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this one and looking at amamzon.co.uk reviews, it would appear as though i was the only one In a switch from the henning mankell novel recenyly read, we have a mystery here which is not resolved until the end We follow banks as he progresses through the investigation.And the crime a nice clever play on Othello, as a local gay couple are found one dead, one suicide He theories of the investigation are that this has bee...


  7. says:

    After reading a not so hot book, I will often turn to my short list of reliably good writers, as I did here Peter Robinson doesn t seem to have the capability to produce a bad book I ve read quite a few of his Inspector Banks mysteries and have thoroughly enjoyed each.In this book, he mixed in a little MI5 or 6 or some other MI which added to the plot and further strengthened my belief that those responsible for internally and externally safe guarding our various nations are a bunch of arroga After reading a not so hot book, I will often turn to my short list of reliably good writers, as I did here Peter Robinson doesn t seem to have the capability to produce a bad book I ve read quite a few of his Inspector Banks mysteries and have thoroughly enjoyed each.In this book, he mixed in a little MI5 or 6 or some other MI which added to the plot and further strengthened my belief that those responsible for internally and externally safe guarding our various nations are a bunch of arrogant bullies I realize that the book did not amount to reporting on the foreign service or whatever the hell they call themselves but, it seems to me that Robinson knows a hell of a lottha...


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here In All the Colors of Darkness, the information that is least pertinent to the plot was most satisfying to the reader This is the book to read if you want Inspector Banks reflections upon his past relationships or if you want to check in on DI Annie Cabbot s recovery since her ...


  9. says:

    I think Robinson is up there with Rankin Connellywhat do others think a really good read and interesting in being so close to real life and how things sometimes work


  10. says:

    Children find a man s body hanging from a tree in a local beauty spot It seems like a simple and tragic case of suicide but it turns out to be far from simple when the man s lover is also found dead, apparently murdered at home At first it seems like a murder followed by suicide perhaps sparked by sexual jealousy but neither Banks nor DI Annie Cabbot are convinced that this is the whole story and some information from the murdered man s mother leads Banks to think there could bewide rang...


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