Tooth and Nail
Publish date: 1998
Pages no: 277
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
Series: Inspector Rebus (#3)
She drives home the knife. The moment, she knows from past experience, is a very intimate one. Her hand is gripped around the knife'scool handle and the thrust takes the blade into the throat up to the hilt until her hand meets the throat itself. Flesh upon flesh. Jacket first, or woollen jersey, co...
bookshelves: published-1992, britain-scotland, mystery-thriller, serial-killer, families, summer-2010 Read on August 13, 2010 mp3 workaday Rebus is called to London to do battle with the Wolfman. Sent to London to help catch a vicious serial killer, Inspector John Rebus teams up with a beaut...
This story of a gruesome killer who leaves teeth marks on his victims is one of Ian Rankin's best. Rebus is sent down from Edinburgh to London to help the police catch the serial killer. The facts lead to someone very close to the police ranks but Rebus is stumped. To complicate things a psychologis...
mp3 workadayRebus is called to London to do battle with the Wolfman.
This must be one of the silliest books I've ever read. The plot is rambling; the denoument is melodramatic and farcical; the central character, Inspector Rebus, comes over as a bit thick in his conversations with the young female psychology student who, predictably enough, ends up in bed with him; a...