Standing in Another Man's Grave - Ian Rankin Reviews
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It's twenty - five years since John Rebus appeared on the scene, ...
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by - written on 08/05/13, updated on 08/05/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Back in 1982 Films of Scotland produced a documentary on the remaking of the main A9 road to the highlands: a ten year civil engineering project. Reading Ian Rankin's latest crime novel recently, I was reminded of watching this on an early VHS video, then driving along the upgraded route shortly afterwards. The road features prominently in the book, which also marks the welcome return of Rankin's popular Detective Inspector John Rebus. Regular readers will find all the required ingredients here, along with familiar characters from previous stories: Siobhan Clarke, Cafferty etc. Rankin cleverly reintroduces 'old school' Rebus, now working in a 'cold case unit' ... Read the complete review
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