Ian Rankin is now the United Kingdom's bestselling crime writer.
Once John Rebus was a Para, served in the elite SAS. Now he's an Edinburgh policeman who spends time evading his memories, missing promotion opportunities, and right now ignoring a series of crank letters. Ian Rankin is now the United Kingdom's bestselling crime writer. His 15 police procedurals featuring the dour Scottish Detective Inspector John Rebus are beginning, at last, to attract a devoted-and deserved-following in this country. St. Martin's has just published this, Rankin's 1992 collection of short stories, and I can't think of a better way to be introduced to John Rebus and his creator.
The Black Book is a 1993 crime novel by Ian Rankin, the fifth of the Inspector Rebus novels. It is the first book to feature Siobhan Clarke and Morris Gerald Cafferty appears as a main character. It is also the first book where Rebus is based at St Leonards police station. Rebus finds himself with a number of problems on his hands.
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He is also the author of The Complaints and Doors Open. He has won an Edgar Award, a Gold Dagger for fiction, a Diamond Dagger for career excellence, and the Chandler-Fulbright Award.
Black & Blue is a 1997 crime novel by Ian Rankin. The eighth of the Inspector Rebus novels, it was the first to be adapted in the Rebus television series starring John Hannah, airing in 2000
Black & Blue is a 1997 crime novel by Ian Rankin. The eighth of the Inspector Rebus novels, it was the first to be adapted in the Rebus television series starring John Hannah, airing in 2000. It is considered a landmark entry in the Tartan Noir genre. Detective Inspector John Rebus is working on four cases at once trying to catch a killer he suspects of being the infamous Bible John
Inspector Rebus Series. 22 primary works, 39 total works. Shelve Black and Blue. Shelve 10 Great Rebus Novels.
Inspector Rebus Series. To solve brutal murders, he enters the grittiest sides of Edinburgh, the dark heart of contemporary Scotland which lurks behind the elegant and historic buildings. Hard-boiled Inspector Rebus has been described as the mos. ore.
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The Black Book: An Inspector Rebus Novel.
Inspector Rebus Novels. He finds a Black Book, which was on Holmes' person when he was attacked. Inspector Rebus is working on a big case involving a crime boss who has slipped through the Edinburgh policeman's fingers before. Martin's Publishing Group. It's written in code, and seems to contain cryptic details on 'extra-curricular cases' he's been working on. And Rebus has a horrible feeling that this Black Book was why he was attacked, and sets out to find out why. This is perhaps the best Rebus novel I've read to date. Rebus has little faith that this will be the time, yet he badly wants to put this particular criminal away.
Author: Ian Rankin
Category: Mystery and Thriller
Publisher: G K Hall & Co (April 1, 1998)
Pages: 622 pages
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