Peter Was the Most Borrowed Author of 2011 at the RNIB

The RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) published the name of the most borrowed author of 2011: Peter Robinson. It turns out that Peter’s Innocent Graves topped the list of the most borrowed audiobooks, and a total of 7 of Peter’s books were in the top 100, with Inspector Banks taking 3 of the top 10 slots.

Peter is delighted that all readers – those who read on paper, and those with visual deficiencies – enjoy his books, and he was particularly happy to see how popular his books are with the RNIB.