Final Account

Final Account

An Inspector Banks Mystery

Book - 1995
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Baker & Taylor
When a wealthy accountant is brutally murdered, Inspector Banks teams up with Detective Constable Susan Gay and discovers that the victim, a seemingly quiet family man, was living a double life

Blackwell North Amer
The crime scene was almost surreal: a stone barn converted to a garage where a corpse knelt in submission, surrounded by antique farm implements and a shining BMW. The victim and his wife had just returned from celebrating their anniversary; now, suddenly, death had parted them. She was bound and gagged inside the house with their teenage daughter. He had been led outside and killed.

Baker
& Taylor

When a wealthy accountant is brutally murdered, Inspector Banks teams up with Detective Constable Susan Gay and discovers that the victim, a seemingly quiet family man, was living a double life.

Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 1995.
ISBN: 9780425149355
0425149358
Branch Call Number: M ROB
Characteristics: 306 p. ; 24 cm.

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Lanny213
Jun 08, 2013

Banks is quite likable and falliable (sp?). Good story well told.

JAMESG Aug 05, 2012

As usual another great book from Peter Robinson. Any Inspector Banks novel has been great so far. Love police procedural books based in England.

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bshokal
Oct 06, 2010

Anticipated the twist at the end and wasn't disappointed. Moral comment at end is a frequent touch of this author.

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