A Dedicated Man (Inspector Banks Mysteries) by Peter Robinson Paperback Book

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Author: Peter Robinson

Format: Mass Market Paperback

Publisher: Harpercollins

Published: Aug 1992

Genre: Fiction - Mystery & Detective - Traditional British

Retail Price: $7.99

Pages: 352

Synopsis

Chief Inspector Alan Banks moved to the country to escape London's seedy, crime-ridden streets, so when a beloved academician and historian turns up brutally murdered in his quiet new town, he is determined to catch the killer. Reissue.

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