Ian Rankin “The Complaints”

April 15th, 2011

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After a long and successful run with Detective Inspector John Rebus, bestselling mystery writer Ian Rankin has created a new protagonist who is, in many ways, the anti-Rebus. (Or is he?)

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Malcolm Fox works in “Complaints and Conduct,” the Scottish equivalent of Internal Affairs. His job is to sniff out the bad apples. In Rankin’s book “The Complaints” Fox is tasked with shadowing a cop who’s also a suspected child-pornographer. But he’s also managed to insinuate himself into a murder case — in which he may be a suspect.

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2 Responses

  1. Lehua Wells says:

    I’m glad you added “(Or is he?)” because Complaints is utterly Rebus, with the reader left to fill in the interval and reach the continuity. And I’m so grateful. I look forward in hope that he will regain his sense of humor after the miseries and changes he’s suffered.

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