A Good Hanging - Ian Rankin Reviews
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Newest Review: ... well crafted and wonderfully written with a real economy of words used however this is not at the costof good plots, nice ... more
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by - written on 29/12/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
This book is made up of twelve short stories by Ian Rankin and the title of the book, A Good Hanging, is one of the twelve stories. ll of the stories feature Detective Inspector Frank Rebus, a character who has made it to the small screen as well. These are a great collection of short stories, well crafted and wonderfully written with a real economy of words used however this is not at the costof good plots, nice character detail and some flowing prose. The stories are very easy to read and this makes the book both a page turner but one that you can always put down if you need to as you are never far from an ending. Set in Edinburgh Rebus is of an ... Read the complete review
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