Peter Robinson Books In Order

Peter Robinson is an English author of crime fiction, most notably the Inspector Banks series. He has won numerous awards, including the CWA Gold Dagger for Fiction, the Edgar Award, and the Anthony Award. His books have been translated into twenty-seven languages and been adapted for television.

1. Gallows View (1987): In the first novel of the Inspector Banks series, Banks is called to investigate a mysterious death in the small town of Eastvale. With an abundance of suspects and a lack of clues, Banks must use all of his detective skills to uncover the truth.

2. A Dedicated Man (1988): In this second novel of the Inspector Banks series, Banks investigates the murder of a local archeologist and discovers a sinister secret that threatens the lives of the people of Eastvale.

3. A Necessary End (1989): Banks is called to investigate a suspicious death in the village of Helmthorpe. With a closed community and a lack of clues, Banks must use all of his skills to discover the truth behind the death and uncover a deadly conspiracy.

4. The Hanging Valley (1989): In this fourth novel of the Inspector Banks series, Banks is called to investigate a brutal murder in the remote village of Swainsdale. With an ever-growing list of suspects, Banks must use all of his detective skills to uncover the truth before another victim is taken.

5. Past Reason Hated (1991): In the fifth novel of the Inspector Banks series, Banks is called to investigate a series of murders in Eastvale. With no clear motive and no leads, Banks must use all of his detective skills to uncover the truth before the killer strikes again.

6. Wednesday’s Child (1992): In this sixth novel of the Inspector Banks series, Banks is called to investigate the disappearance of a young girl. With no clues and no suspects, Banks must use all of his detective skills to uncover the truth and save the girl before it’s too late.

7. Dry Bones That Dream (1993): In this seventh novel of the Inspector Banks series, Banks is called to investigate the murder of a local businessman. With a long list of suspects and a lack of clues, Banks must use all of his detective skills to uncover the truth before the killer can strike again.