Let It Bleed (Inspector Rebus, #7)



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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Let It Bleed (Inspector Rebus, #7)
  • Ian Rankin
  • 12 January 2017
  • 1407219626

10 thoughts on “Let It Bleed (Inspector Rebus, #7)

  1. says:

    Every time I think I ve read all of the John Rebus books I seem to discover another one that s slipped through the net This time I m convinced it s the last one I ve triple checked It s one of the early books released in 1995 and some of the technology and the politics have moved on since it came out, but that only adds to its charm It s like catching an old episode of a television series you used to love And due to the random order I ve read these books it took me a while to catch up on Every time I think I ve read all of the John Rebus books I seem to discover another one that s slipped through the net This time I m convinced it s the last one I ve triple checked It s one of the early books released in 1995 and some of the technology and the politics have moved on since it came out, but that only adds to its charm It s like catching an old episode of a television series you used to love And due to the random order I ve read these books it took ...

  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I finally broke my Ian Rankin cherry.Good things first It is well written and has a bit of humour.However, I grew up reading the 87th precinct police procedurals by Ed McBain, but it s been twenty years since I read a British police procedural And now I remember the reason why, is because they are so, same old, same old For example, an alcoholic copper, a convoluted plot about political corruption, and the high ranking cops are part of the scam Oh dear At least McBain had a terrific ensem I finally broke my Ian Rankin cherry.Good things first It is well written and ha...

  3. says:

    Ian Rankin is up there with my favourite authors now This was a really entertaining book and one which I did not want to put down Rebus is of course a great character and this story showed all his many parts I was not entirely sure how I felt about a certain scene with a cat but I enjoyed the development of his relationship with his daughter and there was even a hint that his other relationship with alcohol might be improving too The book starts with an exciting car chase and ends so suddenl Ian Rankin is up there with my favourite authors now This was a really entertaining book and one which I did not want to put down Rebus is of course a great character and this story showed all his many parts I was not entirely sure how I felt about a certain scene with a cat but I enjoyed the development of his relationship with his daughter and there was even a hint that his other ...

  4. says:

    The 7th Inspector Rebus novel starts with a bang literally From then on John Rebus is drawn into a strange web of apparently unconnected acts, that eventually leads him to corruption in very high places.A good, solid, Rebus read 3.5 stars rounded up to 4.

  5. says:

    I was a bit disappointed with this book, an unusual result for me with a Rankin book It had a bang up beginning literally, bang up There was this exciting high speed car chase, ending in a crash on a bridge and the subsequent suicides by jumping of the two unfortunate young miscreants who were being chased by the police Inspector Rebus witnesses the suicides and is troubled by them Something seems wrong about their actions, and so, in his usual stubborn fashion, he tugs and tug...

  6. says:

    by Ian Rankin, published in 1995.Well first off I m going to say this was the most complex Inspector Rebus novel so far It is number 7 for those keeping count.It will be hard to say too much about this one without giving some of the plot away, so I ll keep it to impressions and the like First winter in Scotland sounds damp and miserable.And that is madeso by Rebus s water heater system not working properly Of course, he throws back enough antifreeze , if you know what I mean, so that by Ian Rankin, published in 1995.Well first off I m going to say this was the most complex Inspector Rebus novel so far It is number 7 for those keeping count.It will be hard to say too much about this one without giving some of the plot away, so I ll keep it to impressions and the like First winter in Scotland sounds damp and miserable.And that is madeso ...

  7. says:

    You know, theI read of Ian Rankin s John Rebus series, theI like its star Let it Bleed is one of the earlier entries 1996 but Rebus is pretty much Rebus through the years He s a workhorse, totally consumed by the job he s a detective in Edinburgh, Scotland , withissues and personal problems than most could take He s also extremely effective.Let it Bleed begins with a car chase that ends in a dual suicide Something doesn t look right to Rebus so he begins to poke aroun You know, theI read of Ian Rankin s John Rebus series, theI like its star Let it Bleed is one of the earlier entries 1996 but Rebus is pretty much Rebus through the years He s a workhorse, totally consumed by the job he s a detective in Edinburgh, Scotland , withissues and personal problems than m...

  8. says:

    The Seventh novel in the Rebus series is different andrealistic than anything before Rebus investigates the kidnapping of the daughter of the Lord Provost, and the suicide of an inmate after he was released from jail This dark tartan noir takes the reader into the back room of politics and the Silicon Glen of Scotland Rebus is at his darkest and most free He s got all the time in the world to solve the crimes Reading this novel in the summer makes me miss the cold and snow of the wint The Seventh novel in the Rebus series is different andrealistic than anything before Rebus investigates the kidnapping of the daughter of the Lord Provost, and the suicide of an inmate after he was released from jail This dark...

  9. says:

    Also available on the WondrousBooks blog. Another book from my world challenge and, unfortunately, not a very good choice.I can t really say I enjoyed Let it Bleed Despite it being only 360 something pages, it felt like 800 The story was dark, dreary and slow, and it had next to no emotional pull I realized rather late that it s one of those money machine series with tens of novels, each the same as the previous one, and full of flat, uninteresting characters.Inspector Rebus was a very unple Also available on the WondrousBooks blog. Another book from my world challenge and, unfortunately, not a very good choice.I can t really say I enjoyed Let it Bleed Despite it being only 360 something pages, it felt like 800 The story was dark, dreary and slow, and it had next to no emotional pull I realized rather late that it s one of those money machine series with tens of novels, each the same as the previous one, and full of flat, uninteresting characters.Inspector Rebus was a very unpleasant main character, he lacked charisma, he lacked compassion, he was terrible to his daughter, disrespected authority and personal rights and only kept going with the investigation because he had decided so and no one was going to stop him.There were many characters in this book and not a single one was developedthan the generic background story Even the villains had next to no motive for the crimes they committed I m pretty sure even Rebus himself mentioned that....

  10. says:

    I don t usually give five stars to a mystery police procedural thriller, unless it has social issue significance This does, even if that is not the main point Rankin contrasts corruption at the highest levels in Edinburgh with poverty, unemployment, drug dependency and seeming hopelessness, the latter of which he deals with rather...

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