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The Impossible Dead - Ian Rankin

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Fiction - Crime - ISBN: 0752889532 - ISBN13: 9780752889535

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Excellent

Another excellent thriller in this latest series b...

A slightly implausible plot?

Ian Rankin’s second Malcolm Fox book confirms him as a worthy successor to Rebus. This latest page-turner from the bestselling crime author managed to hold my attention for nearly four hundred pages. Like many other fans of the highly successful Inspector Rebus series, I had my doubts when Rankin...

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Excellent

Fantastic second novel for Rankin's Fox

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Regular readers of Ian Rankin will no doubt have felt aggrieved when the author hung up the boots of his favoured literary hero, the melancholy Detective Inspector John Rebus, grumpiest alcoholic (in denial) on the force. Rankin had already given us a little thread of promise of a new character...

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“The Impossible Dead”

published 10/07/2012

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I bought this book as a holiday read. I am not normally a crime/thriller reader and so I had little in the way of expectations for this book. I know the authors character Rebus (not in this book) from the TV series of the same name and gave it a go. If we set aside the massive implausibility of...

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