Let it Bleed
In the dark days and biting windstorms of an Edinburgh winter, two drop-out kids dive off the towering Forth Road Bridge. A civic office is spattered by a grisly gun-blast. Two suicides and a murder that just don't add up, unless John Rebus can crunch the numbers. Following a trail that snakes... show more
In the dark days and biting windstorms of an Edinburgh winter, two drop-out kids dive off the towering Forth Road Bridge. A civic office is spattered by a grisly gun-blast. Two suicides and a murder that just don't add up, unless John Rebus can crunch the numbers. Following a trail that snakes through stark alleys and sad bars, shredded files and lacerated lives, Rebus finds himself up against an airtight, murderous conglomerate on the make in every arena of power. It's leeching the life and soul out of his city and, if it can, him too...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 15th 1998
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
Series: Inspector Rebus (#7)
He stood there shivering after the warmth of the pub and his car. He was a few yards from where the boys had jumped. The area was cordoned off with metal barriers, anchored by sandbags. Two yellow metal lamps marked off the danger area. Someone had climbed over the barriers and laid a small wreath n...
bookshelves: spring-2010, fraudio, mystery-thriller, britain-scotland, published-1995, film-only, winter-20112012, edinburgh, filthy-lucre, series, african-continent, plague-disease Recommended for: BBC7 listeners Read from April 27, 2010 to February 10, 2012, read count: 2 The maverick Edinburgh...
Another enjoyable entry in this series. Rebus can sometimes be a bit wearing and the plot became mired down in conspiracies but everything came together in a nicely done ending.
The maverick Edinburgh detective probes political corruption and insider dealing. Ian Rankin's thriller stars Alexander Morton. And the title music is Let it Bleed. Brilliant!Is Dusanto the synonymous substitution for Monsanto?Not the best one but enjoyable enough.----------------------re-read via t...