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Taghadh de Sgeulachdan Inspeactair Rebus

By: Rankin, Ian MacIntyre, Ruaraidh(Translated by) Maclean, Norman(Translated by)

190767652X / 9781907676529
Paperback / softback
823.92
26/11/2014
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United Kingdom
156 x 234 mm, 420 grams 256 pages, black & white illustrations
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This selection in Scottish Gaelic from Ian Rankin's crime stories is taken from the collections A GOOD HANGING (1992) and BEGGARS BANQUET (2002).

Playback, The Dean Curse, Seeing Things, Auld Lang Syne and The Gentlemen's Club - and Trip Trap, Facing the Music, Window of Opportunity, No Sanity Clause and Someone Got to Eddie.

Nine stories feature investigations by Inspector John Rebus.

The only story that does not feature Rebus is 'Someone Got to Eddie'.

That story, according to Ian Rankin, is essentially a police procedural: "It's got a killer, it's a got a murder victim and it's got a twist at the end."

BIC:

FF Crime & mystery, FFC Classic crime

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