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Innocent Graves An Inspector Banks Novel (Inspector Banks Novels) by Peter Robinson

Reviewed by Jud Hanson

Innocent GravesAlan Banks finds himself facing what may be one his most challenging cases yet. When a young female student at a local private school is found murdered, all evidence seem to point to one man, an English teacher named Pierce. Between the matching hairs found on the body and the man’s proclivity for what some might consider deviant hobbies, it seems like an open and shut case. It is surprising to everyone when the accused’s clever lawyer manages to get him acquitted. A new victim is found shortly after the acquittal: a young girl from the same school, killed in the same way and once again made to appear as if she was sexually assaulted. The police turn toward Pierce once again, despite his continuing claims of innocence. It is only when he is given an alibi from an unexpected source that the police finally realize they have made a terrible mistake, ruining a man’s reputation in the process. Now Banks must find the real killer before he strikes again.

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