Pages no: 278
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
Series: Inspector Rebus (#6)
When he’d washed his eyes last night, it had been like washing behind them as well. Always it came to this, he tried to do things by the books and ended up cooking them instead. It was easier, that was all. Where would the crime detection rates be without a few shortcuts? Before Rebus gets to his sh...
bookshelves: published-1994, spring-2011, mystery-thriller, britain-scotland, revenge Read from March 02 to 03, 2011 workaday mp3Rankin is a clever writer and Mary King's Close is a spooky setting for a grisly six pack performance, however sectarian violence is not my reading preference.
I found this book quite mature than the ones before in the Inspector Rebus series and with an engrossing plot.
workaday mp3Rankin is a clever writer and Mary King's Close is a spooky setting for a grisly six pack performance, however sectarian violence is not my reading preference.
Another good solid read in this series. A tortured body is found in a medieval cellar during the Edinburgh Festival and Rebus and his team investigate. I have really started to enjoy this series. Rebus and his supporting cast are becoming more fleshed out and believable and the plots in the last c...
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