Tooth and Nail Paperback – Nov 11 2008
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Because the first body was found in Wolf Street, because the murderer takes a bite from each body, the press have found a new terror, the Wolfman...Drafted down to the Big Smoke thanks to his expertise in the modus operandi of serial killers, Inspector John Rebus is on a train south from Edinburgh. His Scotland Yard opposite number, George Flight, isn't too happy at yet more interference. It's bad enough having several Chief Inspectors on your back without being hounded at every turn by an upstart Jock. Rebus is going to have to deal with racial prejudice as well as the predations of a violent maniac. When he's offered a serial killer profile of the Wolfman by an attractive lady psychologist, it's too good an opportunity to turn down. But in finding an ally, he may have given his enemies an easy means of attack. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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The serial killer's MO was mysterious. I wanted to know "Why?". The book didn't disappoint and provided both the "Who" and "Why".
I would recommend it.
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Very predictable even if we'll written. Small town London and a series of unlikely coincidences. OK for passing a few hours. Not as good as most Rebus books.Published 21 months ago by Keith Matthews
Another great Rebus, a little more gory than others which I did not personally like but still a great read.Published 22 months ago by Jimmy