Hide And Seek - Ian Rankin Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752877178 / Author: Ian Rankin / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... have also been included. He has good character descriptions of the other characters. His description of Rebus himself is ... more
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by - written on 07/02/11 (Very useful, 102 readings)
This is the second book in the Rebus series and it picks up John Rebus' life a few months after the end of 'Knots and Crosses'. Ian Rankin has again done a good job in depicting the Detective Inspector in Edinburgh as well as his descriptions of 'how the other half lives' from dilapidated squats to restaurants where paying £200 a head for lunch is not uncommon. The way the story runs in this novel is in 'days' rather than shorter chapters. This has its good points and bad points. In the good section you have the way the investigation goes in a good chronological order and the fact the novel is not padded out with 'the next morning' sections in the text. On ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/12/08 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I was in the mood for a long soak in the bath the other night but had nothing new to read. So I decided to go routing through my husband Dave's bookshelf and dug out this book called Hide and Seek by Ian Rankin. As a general rule it is my husband who is the crime thriller fan but I do like to indulge at times too. So this book appealed to me as a one-off novelty read and I got stuck in. I found this book terribly easy to read which is no real surprise given that it is a book of Dave's! I liked that this was easy reading rather than something I really had to concentrate on though. I also liked that the book picked up right from the outset and that I did ... Read the complete review
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