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Having just wound up his enquiry into the possible malfeasance of Glen Heaton, a longtime pal of Fox’s boss, Chief Inspector McEwan, he’s asked to look into another Heaton associate, DS Jamie Breck, who might be a pedophile.Jan 08 2011 | Read Full Review of The Complaints
The Complaints is the second Ian Rankin novel since John Rebus retired in Exit Music, and readers who are still suffering from Rebus deprivation are likely to be heartened by the arrival of a cop who shows every sign of being as eminently suitable as his successor.Sep 12 2009 | Read Full Review of The Complaints
Suspense rules fiction this week, with a new cop protagonist from Ian Rankin, a tale by Lars Kepler that rivals the Dragon Tattoo series, and a debut novel inspired by Sherlock Holmes. In nonfiction, there's a history of ballet and Patti LuPone's memoir of the Great White Way.Dec 01 2011 | Read Full Review of The Complaints
Ian Rankin is best known for his Detective John Rebus police procedurals.Oct 31 2011 | Read Full Review of The Complaints
When, in 2007, Ian Rankin retired his much-loved sleuth DI John Rebus after 17 novels, even Gordon Brown was moved to place himself among the “vast and loyal following of readers who still can’t believe that Rebus has gone”.Oct 02 2009 | Read Full Review of The Complaints
By half way through – if I even stopped to think – my only quibble would be whether this is as good as Rebus at his best (The Falls, Fleshmarket Close and The Naming of the Dead are my choices) or whether it's the best he's ever written.Jan 07 2011 | Read Full Review of The Complaints
When her sister’s partner suddenly gets killed, he himself becomes a suspect in an investigation, and to complicate things further the cop he has just been called upon to investigate next, a man called Jamie Breck, turns out to be the very same policeman who is investigating Fox as a possible mur...Apr 09 2011 | Read Full Review of The Complaints
As Fox takes on the job, he learns that there's more to Breck than anyone thinks--dangerous knowledge, especially when a vicious murder takes place far too close to home.
In THE COMPLAINTS, Rankin proves again why he is one of the world's most beloved and bestselling crime writers, mixing ...
James Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 4 of 5 Stars "The events that follow are complex and compelling, a plot masterfully spun by the prolific Ian Rankin, who matches the elements that have marked the novels of his successful Inspector Rebus series.Aug 23 2009 | Read Full Review of The Complaints
alcolm Fox had a thankless job working in the Complaints Department for the Scotland’s Edinburg police.Mar 08 2011 | Read Full Review of The Complaints
Though it is unclear whether THE COMPLAINTS is intended as the first in a new series, the ending leaves that possibility open and I would be very happy to see Malcolm Fox return very soon.| Read Full Review of The Complaints
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