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Before with complications in his personal life and events that shake him to the depths of his being A colleague's suicide Pedophiles A missing child A serial killer You never know your luck muses Rebus Driven by instinct and experience he searches for connections against official skepticism But a. The 10th novel in the Inspector Rebus series by Ian RankinAnother excellent novel that further developes the character of Rebus and keeps these books fresh and interesting

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T night unsoothed by whiskey Rebus faces his ghosts and the prospect of his daughter's possibly permanent paralysis Soldiering through dank desperate slums and the tony flats of the Scottish chic Rebus uncovers a chain of crime deceit and hidden sins knowing it's himself he's really trying to sav. This Orion Hardcover is signed by Ian Rankin

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Weary wary hard drinking Detective John Rebus returns in author Ian Rankin's internationally acclaimed award winning series As complex and unpredictable as the brooding mists that envelop his Edinburgh beat Rebus is ever resourceful and determined but this time vulnerable and challenged as never. Audiobook 1445 hours Narrator Joe Dunlop40 of 50 starsAn excellent Inspector John Rebus novel by Ian RankinDespite the novels being set in totally different countries for me it is uite easy to view John Rebus in much the same light as Michael Connelly s Harry Bosch They are both rather dour characters with strong codes of ethics and morals yet both are prepared to bend the rules to achieve just or at least satisfactory outcomes Their immediate superiors tend to let Rebus and Bosch operate somewhat independently with little supervision but as bosses they prepared provide the backup and support needed to ensure their star detectives rein in the baddies in their own inimitable ways Of course the stories and the way they are presented particularly on audiobooks are usually uite different but as a descendant of British heritage I find the Scottish language delightful even if occasionally some of the Scottish Brogue accents are difficult to understand clearly One of the joys of audiobooks is to listen to books like 10 Souls narrated beautifully by such a well credentialed Scottish actor as Joe Dunlop


10 thoughts on “Dead Souls

  1. says:

    Great solid Rebus crime 10th in the series Just spent some time after midnight finishing this book And it's my 50t

  2. says:

    Audiobook 1445 hours Narrator Joe Dunlop40 of 50 starsAn excellent Inspector John Rebus novel by Ian RankinDespite the novels being set in totally different countries for me it is uite easy to view John Rebus in much the same light as Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch They are both rather dour characters with strong codes of ethics and morals yet both are prepared to bend the rules to achieve just or at least sa

  3. says:

    Dead Souls Inspector Rebus #10 by Ian RankinDead Souls is divided into two parts Lost and Found Darren Rough a convicted pedophilehas been let out of prison and now resides in an apartment with a clear view of a playground Rebus whil

  4. says:

    The tenth book in the Rebus series picks up from the end of the previous book Rebus is faced with a moral dilemma

  5. says:

    35 starsAs a high school teacher there were many times a student's behavior would become crystal clear after meeting his parents I'd run into problems with work ethic or attitude or whatever and I'd think What's the deal with this kid? Then I'd meet Mom andor Dad in a parent conference and immediately realize Oh of course that's why he fill in the blank It would be some sort of weird mirror image where son's classroom surliness was reflect

  6. says:

    The 10th novel in the Inspector Rebus series by Ian RankinAnother excellent novel that further developes the character of Rebus and keeps these books fresh and interesting

  7. says:

    This Orion Hardcover is signed by Ian Rankin

  8. says:

    A colleague's suicide Pedophiles A missing child A serial killer You never know your luck muses Rebus Driven by instinct and experience he searches for connections against official skepticism But at night unsoothed by whiskey Rebus faces his ghosts and the prospect of his daughter's possibly permanent paralysis Soldiering through dank desperate slums and the tony flats of the Scottish chic Rebus uncovers a chain of crime deceit an

  9. says:

    I found this book's plot to be a bit loose and disjointed and it left some unanswered uestions It also had me uestioning how we got to a particular point at times But the Rebus character is still great I like the way Rankin depicts his uncertainties and foibles While we read of these we never lose sight of the fact that he is a ve

  10. says:

    It's been awhile since I read a Rebus mystery and it was a welcome return to his world Gritty interesting mystery peopled with an varied excellent cast headed by cynical war weary Detective Inspector John Rebus of Edinburgh's crime suad A variety of issues possible crimes featured in this story but while there were twists and turns the stories seemed believable I enjoy Rebus very much; a character perfect in hi

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