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* * Ian Rankin Bleeding Hearts US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Little, Brown & Co., 2006 (2006) Hardcover
A surprisingly likeable, hemophiliac hit man seeks to discover who set him up in his latest job, leading him - and his new girlfriend - to violent confrontations with a cult and ruthless killers. (HW)

* * * Ian Rankin Blood Hunt US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Little, Brown & Co., 2006 (2006) Hardcover
His journalist brother's death launches ex-SAS Scottish anarchist Gordon Reeve on a violent quest for those responsible, and to an encounter with a demon from his own past. (HW)

* * * Ian Rankin The Complaints US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Reagan Arthur, 2011 (2011) Hardcover
Under suspension himself, Edinburgh internal affairs officer Malcolm Fox investigates missing and dead property developers, mismanaged money laundering, and corruption in high places. (HW)

* * Ian Rankin Doors Open US Orders
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Review Little, Brown & Co., 2010 (2007) Hardcover, CD, e-Book
An art heist from a Scottish National Gallery warehouse by a group of amateurs - intended to be the perfect crime - goes seriously awry. (HW)

* * * Ian Rankin Exit Music Order
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Review Orion, 2007 (2007) Softcover
This 18th in the series takes place during the 12 days leading up to John Rebus's retirement; he spends his time in his usual manner - investigating a Russian poet's murder and getting into deep trouble. (HW)