Dead Right is the ninth novel in Peter Robinson's Inspector Banks series, following on from Innocent Graves.
The broken body of Jason Fox has been found in a dirty alleyway. At first it looks like a typical after-hours pub fight gone wrong. But Inspector Alan Banks soon realizes that the truth is rarely so straightforward....
Jason was a member of the Albion League, a white power organisation. And there are many people who might have wished him dead: the Pakistani youths he had insulted in the pub that evening, the shady friends of his business partner or someone within the Albion League itself.
And just as Banks begins to get a grip on the case, an unexpected discovery forces him to reconsider everything he believes....
Dead Right is followed by the 10th book in this Yorkshire-based crime series, In a Dry Season.
- Wendy C
Typical Banks challenging authority.
Excellent narration who voice adoption gave you a clear insight into the characters. Typical Banks challenging authority and being his own man to follow the evidence in a methodical and logical way ignoring the obvious. Good story backdrop of Bank's personal challenges and relationships.