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    Another great Rebus story.

    Once again, Ian Rankin has given us another intriguing Rebus story that Involves Siobahn Clarke more than usual. As always, I couldn't put the book down and read it very quickly. Characters like Gerry Cafferty and Malcolm Fox are almost beginning to feel like family. Love this author.
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    In a House of Lies

    Ian Rankin never disappoints. A great plot with lots of twists and turns, interesting characters, and an ending that pulls it all together in rewarding fashion.
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    Great read

    Great read as always definitely a fan favourite ageing detective but still viable
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    Continues to Captivate

    Never disappointing. Always mesmerizing, right to the very end. Each new book draws the reader into increasingly intense plots with captivating twists and turns. Rankin at his best.
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    A ripping good yarn

    In a House of Lies Ian Rankin Wow! Just Wow! Ian Rankin has brought Edinburgh based Rebus back to us, his brusque and often caustic manner been much missed. I always find myself hearing Ken Stott and Claire Price (DI Siobhan Clarke) as I’m reading these novels. As we go into this novel we find that Rebus has retired, yet again, though this time he is suffering from the maladies of old age, his drinking and smoking have finally caught up with him, he has been diagnosed with COPD which is a fairly serious respiratory problem. We must remember that although his physical health may be bad, but, his brain is still razor sharp. This time we find Rebus and Siobhan working together on not one but two cold cases, we have Stuart Bloom a private investigator that has been missing for over a decade is found locked in a car boot and the separate murder of a beautiful girl by her boyfriend who confessed at the time. I love that Ian Rankin has incorporated some of the other characters f rom previous novels into In a House of Lies but still managed to keep Rebus as the main protagonist. It’s a resounding 10/10 from me and a please hurry with the next one Read for an honest review. Thank you Netgalley and Orion Publishing Group
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