Dry Bones That Dream by Peter Robinson


Dry Bones That Dream is also know as Final Account so some of Robinson’s fans will know of this book by it’s other name, it is also number 7 in the DCI Banks series.
A great book, full of mystery and intrigue from the start. Keith Rothwell, an accountant, has been fatally shot at his home. As usual Banks is sent in to investigate and manages to open up a massive can of worms, leaving more questions than answers for him and his team.
During the investigation when things couldn’t get anymore complex  DS Richard Burgess from Scotland Yard arrives, leaving Banks even more confused than ever!
Dick Burgess isn’t someone Banks is fond of and is unsure how much to trust his information into the case, can Banks manage to unravel the messy tangle of crime and deceit before anymore horrific twists occur?!
A great read, not overly long so it doesn’t drag out the plot at all. Good for crime fans.


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