By Ian Rankin
Seventeen-year-olds are killed through an ex-Army loner who has long past off the rails. As Detective Inspector John Rebus places it, 'there's no mystery...except the why'. yet this question takes Rebus into the center of a shattered group. Ex-Army himself, Rebus turns into occupied with the killer, and reveals he isn't on my own. military investigators are at the scene, and won't be shaken off. The killer had pals and enemies to spare and left at the back of a legacy of secrets and techniques and lies. Rebus has greater than his percentage of non-public difficulties, too. He's clean out of clinic, fingers seriously bandaged, and he won't say the way it occurred. may well there be a reference to a house-fire and the unlucky dying of a petty felony who were harassing Rebus's colleague Siobhan Clarke? Rebus's bosses appear to imagine so...
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A Question of Blood by Ian Rankin