Robinson, Peter Gallow's View (An Inspector Banks Mystery)
New York Berkley Prime Crime 1997 0425156729 / 9780425156728 First Berkley Prime Crime Edition Mass Market Paperback Very Good
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Very slight edgewear, 1/3" tear on back. Inscribed by the author: "To _____ -- Thanks for taking the photo. Cheers! Peter Robinson." A bright, tight, attractive copy.
"After moving his family from London, Chief Inspector Alan Banks is feeling all too at home in the picturesque market town of Eastvale. A crime wave seems to have followed him north. Teenage thugs are burglarizing the homes of elderly women, culminating in murder. And a Peeping Tom is on the loose, menacing the women of Eastvale. To appease the outraged local feminists, the police bring in psychologist Jenny Fuller to help with the investigations. Banks immediately feels an attraction towards the brilliant and beautiful woman, one that makes him question his fidelity. As the incidents escalate, Banks' family - and Jenny - are drawn into the web of violence. Now the inspector faces a decision he had hoped he'd never have to make."; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall; Signed by Author