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Two boys hug and jump. One man blows his brains out and does his lady a last favour. Alone in his cell, another sets a ball rolling that may demolish a glittering career. Everyone keeps secrets - and sometimes not just their own.

In an Edinburgh winter, the wind blows chill and penetrating. For Rebus, it slams one door shut only to open another. Investigating the disappearance of the Provost's daughter leads him from the Old Town to Silicon Glen, from drug addicts to government ministers - and plants the seed that grows into a nagging belief that there may be some criminals beyond the grasp of modern justice.

©1997 Ian Rankin (P)2000 Orion Publishing Group Ltd

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  • Tobias
  • Sorø, Denmark
  • 12-07-11

Authentic and well read Ian Rankin novel

If you could sum up Let It Bleed in three words, what would they be?

Authentic, honest and involving

What was one of the most memorable moments of Let It Bleed?

Rebus is as vulnerable as ever...

Which character – as performed by Bill Paterson – was your favorite?

Rebus

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Especially the narration makes this a good and relaxing 'read'