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CLASSIC CALVANISTIC WIT WITH SCOTTISH THEME,
By A Customer
This review is from: A Question of Blood (Paperback)
Rankin brings the ancient streets of edinburgh to life - which is great for this exile from the city. This book brings through modern day themes such a revenge, suicide and web voyeurism. I love rebus's attitude and fast talking comebacks - his dialogues with siobhan clark make the book - and his continually clashes with the police hierarchy bring his rebellious side out. This was hugely enjoyable reading - rankin has come up trumps again!