A Cool Head - Ian Rankin Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752884492 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Ian Rankin / Paperback / 128 Pages / Book is published 2009-02-19 by Orion
Newest Review: ... of events involving Gravy, the police, the local big gangster, and a really, really lucky woman on the run. Rankin's ... more
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Last year, one of Scotland's most famous current authors, Ian Rankin, added his considerable talents to the Quick Reads collection by penning this enjoyable crime drama short story to their ranks. Usually recognised or work involving Detective Inspector Rebus, Rankin's short story went along similar lines of crooks and cops and a crime scene, but without the twists and turns that a reader usually has to wait for. We first meet Gravy (so called because he works in a graveyard), a rather simple 30 year old, just as he is closing up for the day. Along comes his friend Benjy, with a gunshot wound and a bag containing a ridiculous sum of money and a gun. He asks ... Read the complete review
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