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I was on a Rankin kick when I bought this book. Got through about half of his catalog and moved on. I think it's time to finish off the rest of his books.Published on Sept. 28 2013 by Geordie A.
Believe it or not, that was my first encounter with Rankin's DI Rebus, but it will definitely not be the last. Read morePublished on Aug. 2 2001 by Anton
Since "Black and Blue," Rankin's novels have had very tight, complicated plots, with about four independent strands coming together (or not). Read morePublished on Aug. 9 2000 by Michael Wendt
One feels the weariness, the weight of guilt and depression as DI Rebus literally slogs his way through several investigations, some of which have no relation to one another. Read morePublished on March 24 2000 by David Brown
After all the readable but increasingly outlandish thrillers by Patricia Cornwell, P.D. James, Nelson DeMille et al that I've read and enjoyed over recent years, it's a pleasant... Read morePublished on March 8 2000 by Ian Burley
I usually read Ruth Rendell, PD James, Walter Minnette. I found this book just as exciting. It's rather thick, but its easy read. Read morePublished on Jan. 9 2000 by Kurniawati Gumilang
A new Parliament is being built and people are drinking single malts and Irn-Bru...yes, we're in Scotland - Edinburgh, to be precise, and our host is Detective Inspector John Rebus... Read morePublished on Dec 28 1999 by David Cohen
Once again Ian Rankin is responsible for the dark circles under my eyes. In a series that just keeps getting better it's impossible to put down the latest Rebus at a human hour... Read morePublished on Oct. 14 1999