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  1. A Question of Blood: An Inspector Rebus Novel by Ian Rankin, 2010-10-13
  2. The Falls: An Inspector Rebus Novel by Ian Rankin, 2010-08-17
  3. A Cool Head (Quick Reads) by Ian Rankin, 2009-02-19
  4. Doors Open by Ian Rankin, 2010-09-13
  5. The Complaints by Ian Rankin, 2011-03-07
  6. Knots and Crosses (Inspector Rebus Novels) by Ian Rankin, 2008-09-16
  7. Set in Darkness: An Inspector Rebus Novel by Ian Rankin, 2010-06-22
  8. Resurrection Men (Inspector Rebus) by Ian Rankin, 2010-10-13
  9. Mortal Causes (Inspector Rebus) by Ian Rankin, 2009-08-18
  10. The Black Book (Inspector Rebus Novels) by Ian Rankin, 2009-08-04
  11. A Good Hanging by Ian Rankin, 2004-01-05
  12. Hide and Seek (Inspector Rebus Novels) by Ian Rankin, 2008-09-16
  13. Dead Souls: An Inspector Rebus Novel (Inspector Rebus Novels) by Ian Rankin, 2010-03-02
  14. Tooth and Nail (Inspector Rebus Novels) by Ian Rankin, 2008-11-11

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The Naming of the Dead (An Inspector Rebus), Knots and Crosses (An Inspector Rebus Novel), Tooth and Nail (An Inspector Rebus Novel), Let It Bleed (An Inspector Rebus Novel
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  • Still in form Crackin' good mysterywonderful writing Another John Rebus mystery The Child Is Grown, The Dream is Gone,Comfortably Numb Another Inspector Rebus Triumph
The Naming of the Dead (An Inspector Rebus)
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  • ASIN: Book Description Customer Reviews: Still in form Ian Rankin has brought us another taut and compelling thriller about Edinburgh and the now aging Inspector Rebus. Arriving at the end of his career, Rebus still is driven to find politically inconvenient truths. He even revels in it. And Siobhan, his partner, may be heading in the same career derailing direction as she tries to manage the unfortunate nexus of her personal and professional lives. Well written, evocative of the time and place, and involving. Well worth the 5 stars. Crackin' good mysterywonderful writing Wow, Ian Rankin really knows how to construct a storyline that pulls readers in from the first page and keeps them interested to the end. "The Naming of the Dead" is set at the time of the 2005 G8 conference in Scotland and uses the meeting as a plausible backdrop for a number of murders that should be related, but don't seem to be. Great characters here in Detective Inspecter Rebus and his partner as well as virtually all of the supporting members of the story. This is a first-rate mystery with a good dollop of wry humor.

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    6. Mystery Ink: Rankin, Ian - Fleshmarket Alley (2005)
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    Reviewed by Fiona Walker The question, at this stage in Rankin’s career, is not “can he write a bad book?” but, “can he even write a lacklustre one?” The answer, unequivocally, is no. At first, I was a little nervous about this new novel, which sees Rebus investigating the stabbing of a Kurdish immigrant in a grotty underpass on an Edinburgh housing scheme named Knoxland. Partly because the asylum-seeker “issue” is so incredibly well-worn in this country, taking up more pages of newspaper-columnage than any other, probably. I was a little worried that it’d feel a little recycled, a little tired, but I was wrong to be worried. I had misplaced my faith in Rankin! Honestly, when you routinely get one novel per year (well, roughly) that is always of such quality, it’s very easy to forget how good some authors are. The issues here do not feel tired at all. Instead, what Rankin does is use his novel as a kind of melting-pot for the discussion so far, as well as adding a few snappy ingredients of his own. It serves as a level-headed, cool examination of an issue that so often gets drowned and distorted in its own hysteria.

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    Photo courtesy of Jon Jordan / Bouchercon 2001 Homepage
    Also Known As: Jack Harvey
    Birthdate: April 1960
    Residence: Edinburgh, Scotland
    Award: Winner 2001 Sherlock Award (Best Detective created by a British Author)
    "Now that I've met Ian and found out what an absolutely charming fellow he is it's even easier to justify hardcover prices (not that I wasn't already buying him in hardcover.)" - Mark Alan Miller - RAM
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    'Rankin has set himself a major challenge with RESURRECTION MEN and he is equal to the task'.
    Unable to let go once the scent of crime enters his no doubt un-barbered nostrils – he is now at that age when hair grows wildly everywhere except on top of his unruly head - this monomaniacal hopelessly unfit bloodhound nonetheless is a role-model for younger ‘polis’, especially the female ones. I cannot decipher his lasting appeal to the opposite sex. Most Mums would say to their kids "Tha’s no a verra naice manny , glom onto his sloppy claes and slapdash hygiene, laddie! You’ll end up that way if you dinna heed yer Mummy!"
    The first Inspector Rebus book KNOTS AND CROSSES was published in 1987 when Rankin was not yet 30 years old. Now at age 42 Rankin has willfully raised the sights of his writing by several notches. His novels are fat and ambitious, dealing with such contemporary issues as rampant Scots Nationalism and Scots "Independence" (from London). Yet his protagonist, unlike his Motherland, always fails, and no doubt always will fail, to grow up into a proud self-sufficient Scotsman weaned from boozers and ciggies. And women: Robert Knox’s, or was it John Wesley’s? ‘The Awful Regimen Of’.

    11. Rankin, Ian - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Rankin, Ian
    He has published more than 20 Rebus novels, starting with Knots and Crosses (1987). Others include Hide and Seek (1991), Strip Jack (1992), Let it Bleed (1996), The Hanging Garden (1998, Ian

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    Ian Rankin BIO An Alumnus of the Year at Edinburgh University, he has also been awarded two honorary doctorates, one from the University of Abertay Dundee and one, more recently, from the University of St Andrews. He was awarded the OBE in the Queen's Golden Jubilee Birthday Honours List in June 2002 and is now the UK's number one best-selling crime writer. Ian Rankin lives in Edinburgh with his wife and two sons. Back to top. PAST INTERVIEW November 17, 2000 Touted as the "king of tartan noir," by crime fiction writer James Ellroy, author Ian Rankin is moving up the ranks of mystery, both in his home of Edinburgh, Scotland and internationally. Writer Ann Bruns is a huge fan of the Inspector Rebus series that has made Rankin famous and was thrilled to read his latest, SET IN DARKNESS. In this interview, find out the future fate of his aging character, what the tourist industry of Edinburgh has to say about his fiction, what originally drew him to noir, and much more. TBR: Your literary credits are impressive, ranging from two Golden Daggers to the prestigious Chandler-Fulbright Award. In 1999 your novels comprised 8 of the top 10 Scottish bestsellers. Does this put a certain amount of pressure on you to continue writing your popular Rebus series or does your incredible success in crime fiction open the door for you to return to spy novels and thrillers or try new Mysterys?

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    Page Updated: 04/09/2007 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 ... Page 6 Ian Rankin - Page 1 Exit Music 06 Sep 07 The Naming of the Dead pbk 25 Jul 07 Rebus's Scotland The Complete Short Stories Fleshmarket Close Audio Titles On The Set Of 'Inspector Rebus' Latest News: December 1999 News February 1999 ... Starless and Bible Black: The Serial Killer Who Refuses to Die WebPage: About the Author (Photo (c) Susan Greenhill) Bibliography
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    Its late autumn in Edinburgh and late autumn in the career of Detective Inspector John Rebus. As he tries to tie up some loose ends before retirement, a murder case intrudes. A dissident Russian poet has been found dead in what looks like a mugging gone wrong. By apparent coincidence a high-level delegation of Russian businessmen is in town, keen to bring business to Scotland. The politicians and bankers who run Edinburgh are determined that the case should be closed quickly and clinically.
    But the further they dig, the more Rebus and his colleague DS Siobhan Clarke become convinced that they are dealing with something more than a random attack - especially after a particularly nasty second killing. Meantime, a brutal and premeditated assault on a local gangster sees Rebus in the frame.
    Has the Inspector taken a step too far in tying up those loose ends? Only a few days shy of the end to his long, inglorious career, will Rebus even make it that far?

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Ian Rankin Born 28 April 1960
    , Scotland Pen name Jack Harvey Occupation Novelist Nationality British Period 1984–present Genres Crime fiction Notable work(s) Inspector Rebus
    Dark Entries Ian Rankin OBE DL (born 28 April 1960 in Cardenden Fife ), is a British crime writer . His best known books are the Inspector Rebus novels . He has also written several pieces of literary criticism
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    He attended Beath High School Cowdenbeath . After graduating from the University of Edinburgh, he moved to Tottenham , London for four years and then rural France for six while he developed his career as a novelist. He was a Literature tutor at the University of Edinburgh , where he retains an involvement with the James Tait Black Memorial Prize The 'standard biography' of Rankin, a Scot , states that before becoming a full-time novelist he worked as a grape-picker, swineherd, taxman, alcohol researcher, hi-fi journalist, college secretary and punk musician. He lives in Edinburgh with his wife Miranda and their two sons Jack and Kit.

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    18. Books 'n' Bytes Author Interview - Ian Rankin
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    For people who may live in a cave and not read any of your books yet, could you give a brief rundown of the series? Ian: John Rebus is a police detective working in contemporary Edinburgh and exposing a side of that elegant city which tourists and visitors never see. He's a loner, a fighter, not much of a lover. The job is his only salvation. The city itself is a central character in the series, and beyond that each book tries to focus on one part of modern-day Scotland, so that the series itself becomes a jigsaw, laying out where the country's going, and how it got to where it is. Jon: Is there any of Ian Rankin in John Rebus? Ian: A bit. The music; the loner; the drinking... But I'm nicer than him; maybe not quite so fucked up. Long time ago, he was a cipher merely, a way of telling my stories, then he started infecting me... now there's more of him in me than ever before. Addictive poison. Jon: A lot of authors have had some strange jobs before they get published. What kind of things have you done before you were able to write full time? Ian: Lots of weird jobs. I looked after pigs, but killed one by ODing it with alcohol. I collected tax from people, that was fun. I sang in a punk band, worked as a secretary in the National Folktale Centre in London; was a hi-fi/music journalist. I worked as an alcohol researcher (asking kids about their drinking habits). Lots of strange shit.

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      We hear about more of Rebus' past in "Dead Souls". What is the first name of his former girlfried that needs his help? Ian Rankin Novels

        Janice . Her son is missing and needs Rebus' help to try and find him; unfortunately, they get a little closer than they should.
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        Morris Gerard Cafferty . He appears regularly.
      Hard to believe that "Resurrection Men" was the 13th book featuring Rebus. Cast your mind back to the very beginning- what was the title of the first book? Ian Rankin Novels

        Knots and Crosses . "Resurrection Men" was top of my Christmas list last year. I waited until the New Year and got it signed by the great man himself.
      An easy one to start with - What is Rebus's first name?

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