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This time out Rebus has a new boss, who's no happier with his unorthodox style or impolitic attitude toward the Edinburgh establishment than his last one was. But even under department suspension, Rebus manages to tie a number of seemingly disparate and unconnected clues together and deliver a killer in a scene that even the most discerning reader may not see coming until it jumps off the page. A bestseller in the U.K., The Falls is Rankin's best yet. --Jane Adams --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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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 21 months ago by Geordie A.
The Product Description above summarizes this intricate thriller well, with Detective Inspector Rebus following two different leads in connection with the disappearance of a... Read morePublished on Sept. 8 2007 by ELI (Italy)
One of the great things about the Rebus novels is the subdued character conflicts at play underneath the plots and subplots. Read morePublished on April 4 2004 by cyberpsycho
This is one of those books that you read, and after you're finished, you're not sure if you liked it or not. It wasn't great, but there is nothing really wrong with it. Read morePublished on May 2 2003 by sporkdude
The New York Public Library is suffering for lack of books - so I took out The Falls by Ian Rankin because there was not much to choose from (I'm not a fan of police procedurals... Read morePublished on May 13 2002
As a longtime reader of British mystery books, I have many favorite authors, but I think Ian Rankin is at the top of the list. Read morePublished on April 1 2002 by Chris Engleman
The new John Rebus book is outstanding. The " Falls", the latest installment in the series, finds Rebus at his dark and brooding best. Read morePublished on March 19 2002 by Darrell L. Gettys
Ian Rankin has managed to drag Edinburgh DI John Rebus into the 21st century. In this fine novel Rebus (through Siobhan Clarke) goes out onto the Internet to make contact with a... Read morePublished on Feb. 27 2002 by Joseph A. Hines
I have read all of Ian Rankin's works, mainly because I enjoy his writing style and his descriptions of Edinburgh and environs. Read morePublished on Feb. 2 2002