Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair

23: Strip Jack: Ian Rankin: ISBN 0-75280-956-3

Another excellent detective novel. Back in sunny Edinburgh with yet another new girlfriend. Nice to see Rebus keeping in touch with his new friend Flight in London. I did like the interaction between those two in the last book. Also nice to see Brian coming up through the Edinburgh ranks and becoming more respected and useful in the process. A nice little book, with thoughts on old friends and loyalties and love, and how things aren't always what they seem. Not much more than that to say really.

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