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Bill Paterson has just the right gritty edge to his voice to produce a convincing portrayal of jaded Edinburgh copper, Rebus. In the course of his investigation, Rebus comes into contact with all levels of Edinburgh society and Paterson finds convincing, unobtrusive voices for all of them. His reading is clear, well-paced and totally absorbing throughout. (Running time approx 3 hours 20 minutes) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Dreadful. If the set up of the Scottish administration was confusing for Rebus, how did he think his English readers would follow it all? Read morePublished 13 days ago by Archie
I gave this book a 4 star rating because I wanted to see what happened next...
I liked this book (and all the other Rebus books I've read so far) as I know Edinburgh quite... Read more
Heard much praise for this author but cannot see how it is deserved on this showing.
Too many thinly drawn characters and too many coincidental "links". Read more
Interesting book. Probably too close to the truth. Rebus is as cantankerous as ever and interesting development of characters beginning to emerge. Read morePublished 2 months ago by alasdair