When Detective Sergeant Siobhan Clarke discovers that her investigation of an art dealer's murder is tied to Rebus's inquiry, the two-protÈgÈ and mentor-join forces. Soon they find themselves in the midst of an even bigger scandal than they had imagined-a plot with conspirators in every corner of Scotland and deadly implications about their colleagues.
With the brilliant eye for character and place that earned him the name "the Dickens of Edinburgh," Ian Rankin delivers a page-turning novel of intricate suspense....Continua
My new favourite Rebus novel. The plot is complex, and to be fair the solution to the case(s) seems a little hurried, but the build-up towards the final revelations is outstanding. DS Clarke comes on her own as a character, in charge of being the "resident Rebus" while the real deal is busy in a fascinating undercover operation at the Police retraining centre......Continua
I read this after I'd read one of Michael Connelly's thrillers and also another novel by Jø Nesbo. I don't think that was such a good idea. Too many thrillers in a short time and I got confused with all the stories and characters! Still, I enjoyed Resurrection men and after page 400 and something I could not put it down....Continua