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Publisher's Summary

In a shadowy, crumbling Edinburgh housing development, a junkie lies dead of an overdose, his body surrounded by signs of Satanic worship. Inspector John Rebus could call it an accident. But won’t. Now he’s got to search the city, from the tunnels of its dark underbelly to the private sanctum of the upper crust, to find the perfect hiding place for a killer.
©2013 Ian Rankin (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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Critic Reviews

"A superior series." ( The New York Times Book Review)
"Ian Rankin, you cannot go wrong." ( The Boston Globe)
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3 out of 5 stars
By connie on 04-04-15

for Rebus diehards only

I recently re-listened to the Rebus series in order since they are all available to me now. Most stood up - or played even better taken chronologically. In this one, however, Rebus is still an Adam Dalgliesh wanna-be, drinking Chablis, reading and listening to the classics, friendship-hugging vulnerable women. And Rankin is still learning how to write. That said, it's still a decent mystery, just not what we'd expect from Rebus or Rankin a little later in their careers. The biggest value was seeing Holmes and Rebus at the start of their relationship.

I really dislike Page as a Rebus narrator - but that's a more personal choice.

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4 out of 5 stars
By The Dark Side on 12-02-16

Hide and Seek.,

I really like the dry Scottish Humor in the Ian Rankin Inspector Reubus series. I had listened to about half of the series and decided to listen to them again, in order, which really helps, to keep you from those "what the heck moments "

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