Tuesday, June 7, 2016

The Impossible Dead

June 6, 2016

Ian Rankin's The Impossible Dead




I still love Rebus, and because of him, I will read anything Ian Rankin offers. This, the third I think with the Complaint's Malcolm Fox as protagonist, is about secrets from the past surfacing, and about the ethics of undercover work and of covering up.

No comments:

CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION

Peter Robinson. CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION . Hodder, 2013. I think my favourite D.C.I. Banks story yet. The body of a disgraced university...