Monday, January 4, 2021

STRANGE AFFAIR

 Peter Robinson. STRANGE AFFAIR. M & S, 2005.

My seventh Robinson title. From the blurb, I wasn't sure whether I had read it before or whether I just remembered some details from the tv adaptation. Alan Banks' businessman brother Roy contacts him and then disappears. Have not read it before. Great read, with ALan trying to find out what his brother was involved with and Annie trying to find out why a girl with Banks' address in her back pocket was murdered. People trafficking, white slavery. 



3 comments:

Unknown said...

Sunday, March 28. Finished Esi Edugyan's WASHINGTON BLACK, HarperCollins, 2018.

Unknown said...

May 14. 2021 finished Edna O'Brien's Time and Time.

Bridget said...

Finally re-gained access to my blog and have updated my 2021 reading list. Back on track after a very poor showing in 2020. Lockdown, COVID brain, whatever. Could not concentrate of anything.
Access denied seemed to be a combination of Telus/Google merger and of old computer crash and attempting to set up new laptop.

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