In light of the just-released and very lame "Sleeping in the Ground," I wanted to go back and highlight this book as one of (in MY opinion) Robinson's best.
If you were disappointed by "Sleeping in the Ground," and are new to Robinson, please read his earlier work. He loves nostalgia, and loves to combine stories from the past with current day crimes, and this is another example of where he does it very well.
Switching between two different times 2005 and 1969, an era of hippies, drugs and free love, Banks and his co-worker Annie Cabbot investigate a murder and slowly discover a link between this murder and one from 1969. As usual Banks doggedly pursues the case as small links between the two slowly become evident.
If you are a fan of Banks and of crime/mystery novels, then this is a good read but perhaps not the best Robinson novel.
I've read all of the Banks novels in order so far and this is not one of the best.
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