Peter Robinson is one of todays brightest crime novelists. He was
born in Yorkshire but now lives in Canada, though he writes about England.
His hero Inspector Banks is very musical and music and artists are often
referred to in his books. Not record labels, though. But listen to this
exchange between Inspector Banks and a woman viola player, from Dead
I have been recording the Walton Viola Concerto. For Naxos. Finally
the viola is getting some of the respect it deserves.
You were the soloist?
She slapped his arm No not me, you idiot I am not that good. The
soloist was Lars Anders Tomter. He is very good.
A good start for mentioning record labels isnt it.