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Even Dogs in the WildRough his window Now it's up to Clarke and Rebus to connect the dots and stop a killer Dogs in the MOBI #243 Even Dogs in the Wild brings back Ian Rankin's greatest characters in a story exploring the darkest corners of our instincts and desir. I have read other books in Rankin's Rebus series and enjoyed them immensely This one not so much There are too many characters too many plot threads an absence of needed transitions freuent lack of clarity about who is actually in a scene and not enough 'helps' for readers to keep track of the interlocking events That said there were some excellent moments It seems like another edit or two might have eliminated the problems I had with this book and made it the eual of others in the series

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Even Dogs in the Wild characters Ä 107 Î ❮Reading❯ ➳ Even Dogs in the Wild ➬ Author Ian Rankin – Insolpro.co.uk Retirement doesn't suit John Rebus He wasn't made for hobbies holidays or home improvements Being a cop is in his blood So when DI Siobhan Clarke asks for his help on a case Rebus doesn't need long Retirement doesn't suit in the PDF #8608 John Rebus He wasn't made for hobbies holidays or home improvements Being a cop is in his blood So when DI Siobhan Clarke asks for his help on a case Rebus doesn't need long to consider his optionsClark. The twentieth Rebus novel from Rankin this one concerns a retired John Rebus who is still stuck in his routine of drinking too much IPA and wandering the streets of Edinburgh looking for another pub to drink too much IPA in In Even Dogs in the Wild the past comes back to haunt Rebus' old nemesis Cafferty bringing the two of them closer together than they'd really like Throw in Siobhan Clarke and Malcolm Fox and you have a very decent crime bookI'm always going to enjoy Rebus novels but this one was a bit lacking It didn't really have a whole lot of Rebus working things out which is what I love so much about the Rebus novels He's not like other detectives he actually thinks things through and works the crimes out in his mind as opposed to other detectives who basically stumble upon the answer by accident 94% of the timeThere was also a bit too much Siobhan and Malcolm in this but when you're protagonist is a retired detective with no business working on detecting cases that is most likely to happen The storyline was pretty decent and it had me guessing but that was mostly because there weren't too many clues laid out for youDespite all of that it was still much better than a lot of other people can do and I enjoyed it immensely because there were occasional sparks of wonderful Rebus action I'd strongly suggest you don't start with this one if you're new to Rankin and Rebus but by all means don't miss it out eitherBlog | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest | Shop | Etsy

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E's been investigating the death of a senior Even Dogs ePUB #187 lawyer whose body was found along with a threatening note On the other side of Edinburgh Big Ger Cafferty Rebus's long time nemesis has received an identical note and a bullet th. I was miffed when in his last book the author had Detective Inspector Rebus retire and I figured that it was the end of a long running and enjoyable series Wrong Rebus is back because he just can't stop being a police investigator and the police have found that they may not be able to do without him His former partners enlist his help as a paid consultant as they investigate the murder of a senior government prosecutor Rebus is back in his element and even teams up to a point with his nemesis Big Ger Cafferty Edinburgh's crime boss who is now semi retiredThe story is typical Rebusintricate and full of surprises My one gripe is that there are way too many characters who come and go so uickly that it had me thinking Now who was that Otherwise Rebus is in top form and his retirement becomes a rather secondary issue thank heavensOne caveatif you are new to this series this would not be the book to read initially since there are many references to previous crimes and personal relationships which would be confusing to the new reader