Siobhan has problems of her own. A teenager has disappeared from home, and Siobhan is drawn into helping the family, which means travelling too close towards the web of a convicted rapist. Then there are two skeletons, a woman and an infant, found buried beneath a concrete cellar floor in Fleshmarket Close. The scene begins to look like an elaborate stunt, but whose, and for what purpose? And how can it tie to the murder on the unforgiving housing-scheme known as Knoxland?
©2004 John Rebus Ltd; © and (P)2004 Orion Publishing Group Ltd.
"Rankin's best novel yet, and that's saying something." (The Observer)
"A compelling, thought-provoking narrative of modern urban life." (Sunday Times)
"Rankin's 15th Edinburgh-based Rebus mystery shows he's as sharp and chilling as ever." (Daily Mirror)
John Rebus. Well crafted character
His voice is never dull, his voice is lilting.
This was a very good book to read and see as a Tv series.
James MacPhersons is not only a very good actor, but excellent at narrating these novels.
Personally this was my least favourite Rankin book so far. This is solely because of the storyline which I found a bit dark and perhaps too political(?).
Another good listen though which should please the Rebus fans.
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