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Banks is assigned to work on a case that the Yorkshire police department considers to be somewhat of a joke. The skeleton of a woman wrapped in World War II blackout curtains has been found in a dried-out reservoir. This man-made watering hole was a village--Hobbs End--that had been flooded many years earlier. Through the journal of a major player we realize early on who the dead woman is, but a large part of the fun is watching Banks and an edgy, attractive female cop put the pieces of the puzzle together. In a Dry Season is a stylish and gently reflective tale of secrets and lies.
Banks's other books include Wednesday's Child, Final Account, and Blood at the Root. --Dick Adler
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Book Description: Pan Macmillan Pan Books, 2001. paperback. Book Condition: New. *** NEW COPY *** TITLE SHIPPED FROM UK *** Binding paperback A searing suspense from award-winning author Peter Robinson - an insightful and haunting novel of past crimes and present evil. During a blistering summer, drought has depleted Thornfield Reservoir, uncovering the remains of a small village called. Bookseller Inventory # 0330392018
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