• Not Dark Yet

  • A DCI Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels, Book 27)
  • By: Peter Robinson
  • Narrated by: Simon Vance
  • Length: 11 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (132 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"Robinson is an author with amazing empathy, a snare-trap ear for dialogue, and a clear eye for the telling detail." (Michael Connelly)

One of the world's greatest suspense writers returns with the 27th novel featuring the legendary Detective Alan Banks in the mystery series Stephen King calls "the best now on the market". 

When property developer Connor Clive Blaydon is found dead, Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks and his Yorkshire team dive into the investigation. As luck would have it, someone had installed a cache of spy-cams all around his luxurious home. The team hope that they’ll find answers - and the culprit - among the video recordings.  

Instead of discovering Connor's murderer, however, the grainy and blurred footage reveals another crime: a brutal rape. If they can discover the woman’s identity, it could lead to more than justice for the victim; it could change everything the police think they know about Connor and why anyone would want him dead.

Meanwhile, tensions are rising between Banks and his friend, Zelda. A super recognizer - able to recognize faces significantly better than most people - Zelda is determined to bring the men who abused her to justice. But stirring up the murky waters of the past will put her in far greater danger than ever before, and Banks worries that he won’t be able to stop her from plunging too deep before it’s too late.

©2021 Peter Robinson (P)2021 HarperCollins Publishers

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Love Peter Robinson.

Engaging. Author always display his careful planning and plot. A joy to listen to.

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Bring back

the other Simon! this one hasn't the proper voice range to portray the characters well!

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Whew!

I think abridged would have been more enjoyable. The most exciting parts came after a bit too much extraneous “color” or detail. A good mystery, very exciting , with plenty of surprises. Some of the dialog could be used in real police questioning!

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Excellent story!

This was a great inspector Banks story! There are lots of twists and turns to keep you guessing until the end.

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Always Great!

Another perfect book from Peter Robinson. The 3-4 book arc of the character “Zeda” was completed nicely.

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Another Peter Robinson Delight

intriguing story and characters. performance by narrator was excellent Robinson always entertains and edifies