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Set in Darkness (Inspector Rebus, Bk 12)
Set in Darkness - Inspector Rebus, Bk 12
Author: Ian Rankin
A man dead for twenty years is found behind a wall in the renovated Parliament Building of newly independent Scotland. A tramp jumps off of a bridge and leaves behind a suitcase full of cash. And Roddy Grieve, a political candidate and the favorite son of a famous family, is killed... — Two of Detective Inspector John Rebus's team are assigne...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780312977894
ISBN-10: 0312977891
Publication Date: 11/19/2001
Pages: 448
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3.7 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Minotaur
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 0
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Twelfth in the Inspector Rebus series set in Edinburgh, Scotland. When a body is found stuffed in the fireplace of a building being renovated to accommodate the new Scottish Parliament, Rebus and Derek Linford, a snotty up-and-comer from Fettes station, are assigned to the case as they were on a liason committee that was touring on site when the body was found. The body has apparently been there for approximately 20 years or so, but when a much fresher body turns up, Rebus tries to connect the cases by heading off on his usual wild goose chase while Linford chooses more conventional solutions as he looks to ride the promotion train. Meanwhile, Siobahn deals with the suicide of a homeless man who surprisingly turns out to have a bank account with a large sum of money in it. Quite enjoyable, back on track after the last book in the series which I felt wasn't up to par. I have to admit I was cheesed off by the ending though--not going to say anything as it would be a big spoiler. :-)


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