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Fleshmarket Close
Fleshmarket Close | Ian Rankin
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The fifteenth Inspector Rebus novel from the SUNDAY TIMES No. 1 bestselling author. An illegal immigrant is found murdered in an Edinburgh housing scheme. Rebus is drawn into the case, but has other problems: his old police station has closed for business, and his masters want him to retire. But Rebus is stubborn. As he investigates, he must visit an asylum seekers' detention centre, deal with the sleazy Edinburgh underworld, and maybe even fall in love... Siobhan meanwhile has problems of her own. A teenager has disappeared and Siobhan must help the family, which means getting close to a convicted rapist. Then there's the small matter of the two skeletons found buried beneath a cellar floor in Fleshmarket Close. An elaborate stunt - but whose, and for what purpose? And how can it tie to the murder on the housing-scheme known as Knoxland?
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Andrew65
Fleshmarket Close | Ian Rankin
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Another winner in the Rebus Series. It may be a long book at 576 pages but it doesn‘t feel it with Ian Rankins‘s writing style. A mixture of a death of an immigrant, skeletons found in a pub cellar and a young woman going missing. Could these events be connected and has Rebus found a new woman in his life?

Book 9 finished for #NovelNovember

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Andrew65
Fleshmarket Close | Ian Rankin
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Started my last book for #NovelNovember and always good to get back to Rebus.

A big book at 576 pages so will keep me busy today.

bookaholic1 I love Rebus, lol 2mo
Andrew65 @bookaholic1 One of my favourite series. 2mo
bookaholic1 Mine as well 2mo
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Another good read from Ian Rankin. A set of complex plots which finally come together in the end. Immigration and racial issues, which a lot of countries deal with, are the meat of the story. Rebus does not seem as depressed in this book as in some of the others. He is still contemplating retirement and hasn't made up his mind yet. I look forward to the next book and would recommend this series to those who love good suspense thrillers.

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bookaholic1
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I love the writing of Ian Rankin and his character DI John Rebus. Can't say enough