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Ray Banks | The Interview

A P.I. who always pays the price

By Anna Mundow
January 13, 2008

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Ray Banks's audacious and volatile second novel, "Saturday's Child" (Harcourt, $25), set in the north of England, is the first in a series that will follow Cal Innes, a private investigator whose past links him to local gangster Morris Tiernan. When Cal agrees to track down some stolen casino money, he becomes the unwitting target of Tiernan's psycho son, Mo. ... (Full article: 784 words)

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