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Not only is this one of Robinson's best Banks stories, but as is his habit, he references other cases, in other books, that make it almost mandatory that we read them. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Patricia M. Dryburgh
Good story line but kind of slow. Some parts were really suspenseful but a lot was slow and hard to hold my attention for too long.Published on Oct. 3 2013 by Melody
I have always avoided British mystery writers (my problem!)because of the difficulty with "flow", whatever that means! I am so glad I persevered. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2002 by P. L. Howland
This mystery novel concerns detective work related to identifying a serial killer in the British Midlands. Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2002 by M. A Michaud
I love Peter Robinson's work, and I thought *In a Dry Season* was a superb novel. I must say I found *Aftermath* something of a letdown -- I don't think Robinson fully transcended... Read morePublished on Dec 11 2001
peter robinson, never disapoints Aftermath was no exception
this is a book to burn the midnight oil for, especially
the twist in the tail a "must read"