9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Gripping, page turning and not at all disappointing to Rebus,
By A Customer
This review is from: Let It Bleed (A Rebus Novel) (Paperback)
This book grips your attention from the first couple of pages. You feel the cold Edinburgh weather as he looks over the Forth Road Bridge. You feel the hurt,confussion and betrayal that John Rebus feels as he uncovers the underhand dealings within local government,businessess, the prison service,local estate gangs and his own police department. This book is compelling reading. A knowledge of the local area can help bring the area to life, but Ian Rankin puts you in the middle of the housing estates which in essence could be any city.