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Favourite detective and these earlier books are brilliant I thoroughly enjoyed this and would certainly recommend to all police procedural overs out there This is number 6 in the Rebus series and it is a good solid read I admit I skimmed some of the detail about Scottish and Irish religion and politics but that did not spoil the story for me Rebus is in a good place in this one and even seems to be enjoying his relationship with Patience some of the time This will not ast I am sure They are patently not suited to each other There s uite a ot of blood and gore and a good deal of police procedure which I enjoy Altogether a fast easy read and very enjoyable 510If you don t enjoy the narration of an audiobook you ve only yourself to blame They et you have a 5 minute preview before you purchase it so really who s fault is it Mine and only mine The story wasn t anything special and it touched upon a topic which didn t interest me and I didn t know much of the history of it due to said ack of interest so that was a double whammy I guess when the odds are stacked against something it s just not meant to be I Baby Girl (Erik Ead Trilogy, like the series andove Edinburgh But some series are meant to be read and some are meant to be read to you This is one which is meant to be read I didn t 待つ [Matsu] like the narrator and found it hard to follow at times The story irked me due to the politicalreligion aspect to it but things wereost ong before that I l only be reading this series going forwards Bloody excellent Rankin never fails to please Another gripping vicious case for Rebus as it dawns on him that he s not just dealing with one brutal killing but facing the possibility of a terrorist group that intends to rain blood on Edinburgh Hard hitting fast paced and with a narrative that twists all over the place crime fiction at it s best. A cryptic inscription scratched in the dirt suggest to Inspector John Rebus that this was an execution but what man or men carried it out.
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Est flatfoot is worth catching Legendary villain Big Ger Cafferty makes an appearance sufficient in itself to enrich any story there s rivalry and suspicion amongst the various police teams involved and there are of course many classic one Brainwashing of the German Nation liners from Rebus himself Rankin will go on to write better stories but compared to most crime fiction this book stands up very well It s rich in atmosphere andanguage and the Scottishness of it is completely enticing it makes me want to jump on a plane and experience again the very special character of this wonderful city Thank goodness Rankin has just released another Rebus novel the world would be a poorer place without the next adventure to Encounters with Rauschenberg: (A Lavishly Illustrated Lecture) look forward to This is a good well written book but I didn t fully understand the religious and political aspects of the plot There were very many references made to things I could have googled had I cared enough toearn Mortal Causes by Ian Rankin 6 Inspector RebusBilly Cunningham is found beneath the streets of Edinburgh in a uarter of Mary King s Close An area that was currently being renovated with plaster about to prove it He had been slowly and methodically tortured beyond human endurance before a shot rang out that finally put an end to his sufferingInspector Rebus Vögeln ist schön: Die Sexrevolte von 1968 und was von ihr bleibt learns the identity of thisatest victim as the only son of Big Ger Caffertya ruthless killer that Rebus had sent up to the big house a while back Big Ger Cafferty was only the beginning of Rebus s troubles Those soon to be uncovered troubles would do than ead Rebus on the chase of his ife it would come close to Social Media and Social Movements: The Transformation of Communication Patterns leading him to his death Once again Ian Rankin brings Inspector Rebus to the forefront of the intense crimemystery that cannot be reviled Theast third of this story cannot be put down Most highly recommended John Rebus must be my all time. Uses the tortured body of a young man is found hanging from a butcher's hook in one of these underground rooms The tattoo on his wrist and.
Always solid Always good Always characterfull I ove my Rebus Good story brings back some of the news from my youth When all the news was about the IRA and various factions fightingTo get back to the story obviously set in Scotland but based on arms dealing and supply to IRA Rebus certainly seems to get beaten up than usual in this one If you want a clearly written and gritty mystery you can t go far wrong with the Inspector Rebus series by Ian Rankin The books are short and intense and as an American the police work in Scotland is interesting This particular book takes place during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and involves terrorism and organized crime Very enjoyable and I will definitely continue with this series What do you call a haircut in an asylum A unatic fringe It s August and Edinburgh s Festival Fringe is in full flow It s the Ouroboros largest arts festival in the world so the city is brimming with people Amongst the mayhem or rather below it a gruesome murder has taken place In the depths of the city sits a hidden streetong ago closed off and at each end and built over by subseuent generations This hidden warren is now a tourist attraction but it s temporarily closed due to some ongoing building work Teenagers have found their way in though and have discovered a body It s been six packed bullets through the ankles knees and elbows before a final killing shot was delivered Does this suggest the involvement of a sectarian group Could the IRA be implicated here Rebus is soon on the scene and before Hollendartida i Norge: 1550–1750 long he s joined by officers from the Scottish Crime Suad and Special Branch it s clear that there are concerns at a very highevel This mid series book was penned in the nineties It s not the best in the series it s convoluted and confusing at times but in my view any book featuring Scotland s fin. Underneath the cobbled streets of Edinburgh's old Town are medieval stone cellars where a man could scream and never be heard In mortal Ca.
Jack HarveyBorn in the Kingdom of Fife in 1960 Ian Rankin graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1982 and then spent three years writing novels when he was supposed to be working towards a PhD in Scottish Literature His first Rebus novel was published in 1987; the Rebus books are now translated into 22 languages and are bestsellers on several continentsIan Rankin has been elected a Hawthornden Fellow He is also a past winner of the Chandler Fulbright Award and he received two Dagger Awards for the year's best short story and the Gold Dagger for Fiction Ian Rankin is also the recipient of honorary degrees from the universities of Abertay St Andrews and EdinburghA contributor to BBC2's Newsnight Review he also presented his own TV series Ian Rankin's Evil Thoughts on Channel 4 in 2002 He recently received the OBE for services to literature and opted to receive the prize in his home city of Edinburgh where he lives with his partner and two sons