Even Dogs in the Wild - A Rebus Novel (Paperback)Ian Rankin (author)
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Retirement doesn't suit John Rebus. He wasn't made for hobbies, holidays or home improvements. Being a cop is in his blood. So when DI Siobhan Clarke asks for his help on a case, Rebus doesn't need long to consider his options. Clarke's been investigating the death of a senior lawyer whose body was found along with a threatening note. On the other side of Edinburgh, Big Ger Cafferty - Rebus's long-time nemesis - has received an identical note and a bullet through his window. Now it's up to Clarke and Rebus to connect the dots and stop a killer. Even Dogs in the Wild brings back Ian Rankin's greatest characters in a story exploring the darkest corners of our instincts and desires.
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 292 g
Dimensions: 196 x 131 x 26 mm
'Delightful, impossible-to-fault crime writing from a virtuoso of the craft.' * DAILY MAIL *
'EVEN DOGS IN THE WILD is a complex, twisty tale expertly told by Rankin.' * EVENING STANDARD *
'Pacy, engaging, smart, ingenious, excellently riddled and raddled - what's not to like about Rebus?' * SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY *
'A chewy, satisfying, thrilling read with a giant narrative switchback when you least expect it.' * METRO *
'A very welcome return to the beat for one of crime fiction's best detectives.' * SUNDAY MIRROR *
'A brilliant read, Rebus is back where he belongs and still working by his own rules. A must for all Rebus fans.' * WOMAN'S WAY *
'A treat for Rankin fans as favourite characters are re-united in this darkly moody crime masterpiece.' * PETERBOROUGH EVENING TELEGRAPH *
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