‘The Alan Banks mystery-suspense novels are the best series on the market. Try one and tell me I'm wrong.’ - Stephen King
Dead Right is the ninth novel in Peter Robinson's Inspector Banks series, following on from Innocent Graves.
A man is murdered. Riots are imminent. Banks must solve the case.
The broken body of Jason Fox has been found in a dirty alleyway. At first it looks like a typical after-hours pub fight gone wrong. But Inspector Alan Banks soon realizes that the truth is rarely so straightforward . . .
Jason was a member of the Albion League, a white power organization. And there are many people who might have wished him dead: the Pakistani youths he had insulted in the pub that evening; the shady friends of his business partner; or someone within the Albion League itself.
And just as Banks begins to get a grip on the case, an unexpected discovery forces him to reconsider everything he believes . . .
Now a major British ITV drama DCI Banks, this novel is followed by the tenth book in this Yorkshire-based crime series, In A Dry Season.