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Knots and CrossesThe very first Rebus story, and we learn some of his dark and frightening past as an old SAS chum comes back to haunt him, with the perplexing matter of the serial murder of young girls. And his brother Michael, the stage hypnotist, seems to be up to no good too.
by Ian Rankin
Score: 7.5
Published: 1987
Read: February 5th 2003

Comments


John said

Jolly good, nice simple plot again, but, sadly, no Siobahn in this one. Rebus is a bit of a dummy though, to not get any clue at all from the anonymous notes, or see that his brother is turning into an evil drugs baron. And as for having a fling with Gill Templar. well, I had thought he had more taste.

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