Let It Bleed

Let It Bleed

A John Rebus Mystery

Book - 1996
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Baker & Taylor
Inspector Rebus searches for the answers to what at first seems to be a petty embezzlement case but that turns out to be a crime that reaches into the top political echelons and has left at least four people dead. 12,500 first printing.

Blackwell North Amer
Detective Inspector John Rebus understands that murder is usually very simple. Passion and greed are the most common motives, but when the bodies begin to pile up - two suicides, one murder, and the mysterious death of an inmate in one of Scotland's largest prisons - Rebus realizes that there's nothing simple about his latest case.
What Rebus knows is that it all began with a petty embezzlement scheme. What he discovers is that beneath the killings a conspiracy is hidden, one that runs all the way to the top of the political ladder. And the cost of unraveling this complex web could be terrifyingly high. Everything he holds dear - his job, his life, even his young daughter - is at stake.

Baker
& Taylor

Inspector Rebus searches for the answers to what at first seems to be a petty embezzlement case but turns out to be a crime that reaches into the top political echelons and has left at least four people dead

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 1996.
ISBN: 9780684830551
0684830558
Branch Call Number: M RAN
Characteristics: 287 p. ; 24 cm.

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Sep 04, 2016

Shockingly bad story. No real tension or action. All about white color crime with a mildly dark side. I hope Rankin's later books are better. I'm not sure they could be worse. The PBS series is MUCH better.

JAMESG Aug 08, 2013

The ending was left open!

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