Publish date: 2009
Publisher: Orion Books
Pages no: 381
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Malcolm Fox (#1)
I left the last Rankin book thinking, "If I didn't know that there were more Rebus books coming, I'd be really depressed." There are advantages to being this far behind a series. Thanks to a podcast interview I heard with Rankin around the time I started to plan my Rebus reading (I think it was this...
This mystery leaves me a bit cold. It's a bit interesting until it is not.
**Note: This is a reaction--a few ill-considered opinions not backed up by textual evidence-- rather than a review.** It's always interesting to read a book from the perspective of the IAD/Complaints/Watchers of the Watchmen. As always, the watchers turn out to be just as corrupt as the watchmen. Th...
Well now, a new genre for me. This is my first proper foray into this genre and I'm unfamiliar with everything that goes with it. Crime/mystery/thriller...police procedure, I'm not sure yet what it's best known as but I like it. From a bit of digging online I've found that the buzz word for this par...
bookshelves: published-2009, mystery-thriller, britain-scotland, filthy-lucre, fraudio, winter20092010 Read in December, 2009 Yay - a new detective, Malcolm Fox (nicknamed, quite obviously, foxy) who has a lovely ol' da' called Mitch and an abused sister, Jude. The background themes of Foxy tr...