Former London policeman Alan Banks relocated to Yorkshire seeking some small measure of peace. But depravity and violence are unfortunately not unique to large cities. His new venue, the quaint little village of Eastvale, seems to have more than its fair share of malefactors-among them a brazen Peeping Tom who hides in night's shadows spying on attractive, unsuspecting ladies as they prepare for bed. When an elderly woman is found brutally slain in her home, Chief Inspector Banks wonders if the voyeur has increased the awful intensity of his criminal activities. But whether related or not, perverse local acts and murderous ones are combining to profoundly touch Banks's suddenly vulnerable personal life, forcing a dedicated law officer to make hard choices he'd dearly hoped would never be necessary.
About the Author
Peter Robinson is an award-winning author whose novels have been named a Best Book of the Year by "Publishers Weekly," a Notable Book by the "New York Times," and a Page Turner of the Week by "People" magazine.
Mark Honan trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London and is currently an affiliate artist at the Portland Stage Company. His audiobooks include "Mr. Timothy" by Louis Bayard and "Dancer" by Colum McCann.
"Mark Honan delivers a powerful and affecting performance that will make Banks a favorite for years to come.... A truly compelling listen." ---Publishers Weekly Audio Review