4 edition of Fleshmarket Alley (Inspector Rebus) found in the catalog.
February 2, 2005 by Brilliance Audio on CD Lib Ed .
Written in English
|Contributions||James Macpherson (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
Average rating:5out of5stars, based onreviews I loved Ian Rankins There were no bins nearby; no bins at all, in fact. Phyllida Hawes was walking to the photocopier now, asking where DI Rebus had disappeared to. John Jardine had made a bit more effort: suit and tie, and a shirt which had seen an ironing board in recent memory. Please review the types of cookies we use below.
Patches of damp bloomed on its gray concrete walls. Crime-scene tape now blocked both ends of the passage. The house was neat and tidy, a place its owners could take pride in, having used the right-to-purchase scheme to buy it from the local council. One lunchtime, he'd taken Siobhan for a meal at his club.
No telephone, not even a wall socket for one. This is a rather sprawling piece involving a missing teenager, skeletons unearthed by pub renovations, a murdered Kurdish journalist, a rapist newly out of Barlinnie, a dodgy fringe estate, an even dodgier detention centre for asylum seekers and a suave, self-important immigration officer from London. Jardine dug in her handbag and brought out a folded sheet of paper. That's how Rankin writes. John Rebus-senior in rank to her - hadn't been so fortunate. But one of those daughters had been attacked during a night out in Edinburgh.
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Less than a year back, a drug gang had tried muscling in on the estate, leading to a series of stabbings, abductions, and reprisals. As a result, it no longer boasted a CID office, meaning Rebus and his fellow detectives had been cast adrift, shipped out to other stations.
Required Cookies These cookies allow you to explore OverDrive services and use our core features. Well, it wasn't as if Siobhan was in any great rush to return to her desk, though she wasn't sure she was going to take much pleasure from the conversation ahead.
The novel has various plot lines that merge together, all set in the pubs, nightclubs, dark streets and even lively cafes of Edinburgh. Stabbed to death, just like the victim in front of them here, who, searched and studied and photographed, was now being placed in a body bag.
People nobody really wanted to think about or have to deal with. She didn't know how that rumor had started, but after a week or so it had begun to feel real.
The same issues of space explained why her desk was in with the detective constables. The novel has various plot lines that merge together, all set in the pubs, nightclubs, dark streets and even lively cafes of Edinburgh.
Wiping silent tears away. Without these cookies, we can't provide services to you. Problem was, he knew it. Review: There are lots of twists and turns in this story with a few red herrings along the way and a humorous ending.
Indeed, despite some of the horrors and unpleasantness he deals with, he seems jollier than usual.
Streets of near-identical houses all around, but you could tell the ones in private ownership: new doors and windows, tidied gardens with new fencing and wrought-iron gates.
One reason I like the Rebus series so well is that it's based across the pond and I like to think about the differences between 'them and us'.
Detectives like Rebus, too, who gnawed away at every case, or let it gnaw at them. Her phone rang, and she picked it up. He'd known exactly the message the bosses had wanted him to take.
He is still contemplating retirement and hasn't made up his mind yet. At the end of a case a few months back, Siobhan had found herself in Rebus's arms, being kissed by him. She hadn't dared ask how much it cost to join. Ah, there was the rub: Gayfield already had a DI; had no need of another.Take the Quiz: Ian Rankins Fleshmarket Close.
Fleshmarket Close published as Fleshmarket Alley in the U.S. was the fifteenth book in the series of Inspector Rebus novels by Ian Rankin. What do you remember about the story? Jul 14, · Buy Fleshmarket Alley (Inspector Rebus Mysteries) Unabridged by Ian Rankin, Michael Page (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Read "Fleshmarket Alley An Inspector Rebus Novel" by Ian Rankin available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. An illegal immigrant is found murdered in an Edinburgh housing scheme.
Rebus is drawn into the case, but has other probl 5/5. Feb 02, · Listen to Fleshmarket Alley by Ian Rankin, Michael Page for free with a 30 day free trial.
Listen to unlimited* audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and atlasbowling.com: Ian Rankin. That said, FLESHMARKET ALLEY is most assuredly Rankin's most political novel and he provokes readers to at least think about the darker side of the world we all inhabit, which, as it gets "smaller," is rife with racism, bigotry, slave labor, the smuggling of human beings, and the clever ways these poor souls are used as mules for drug dealers.