The Naming Of The Dead

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The Naming Of The Dead

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July 2005, and the entire globe is watching Scotland. The assorted leaders of the G8 countries have gathered in the capital and with daily marches, demonstrations and scuffles on the streets, the police are stretched to the linit. But one detective is still deemed surplus to requirements. DI John Rebus has been sidelined for fear of embarrassing his superiors at this most c July 2005, and the entire globe is watching Scotland. The assorted leaders of the G8 countries have gathered in the capital and with daily marches, demonstrations and scuffles on the streets, the police are stretched to the linit. But one detective is still deemed surplus to requirements. DI John Rebus has been sidelined for fear of embarrassing his superiors at this most crucial time. However, all that changes when the night-tie plunge of a young politician from the walls of Edinburgh Castle drags Rebus back onto centre stage. Suicide must be proved, and quickly, to avoid distraction from the main event. But that case is swiftly superseded by another - more deadly - threat. A series of mysterious clues left in the woods near an ancient clootie well outside Edinburgh start to point to a serial killer on the loose - a murderer who specialises in taking out newly-released rapists. The most alarming aspect for Rebuss bosses, though, is that the well is a stones throw from Gleneagles itself. The authorities are keen to hush up both issues, for fear of overshadowing a meeting of global importance. But Rebus has never been one to stick to the rules, and when his colleague Siobhan Clarke finds herself hunting down the identity of the riot cop who assaulted her mother, it looks as though Rebus and Clarke may be pitted on both sides of the conflict - and before the end of this monumental week, they each have to make decisions that will affect them forever... The Naming of the Dead is both the stunning new novel from Number 1 bestseller, Ian Rankin, and a potent mix of action and politics set against a backdrop of the most devastating week in recent British history.

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July 2005, and the entire globe is watching Scotland. The assorted leaders of the G8 countries have gathered in the capital and with daily marches, demonstrations and scuffles on the streets, the police are stretched to the linit. But one detective is still deemed surplus to requirements. DI John Rebus has been sidelined for fear of embarrassing his superiors at this most c July 2005, and the entire globe is watching Scotland. The assorted leaders of the G8 countries have gathered in the capital and with daily marches, demonstrations and scuffles on the streets, the police are stretched to the linit. But one detective is still deemed surplus to requirements. DI John Rebus has been sidelined for fear of embarrassing his superiors at this most crucial time. However, all that changes when the night-tie plunge of a young politician from the walls of Edinburgh Castle drags Rebus back onto centre stage. Suicide must be proved, and quickly, to avoid distraction from the main event. But that case is swiftly superseded by another - more deadly - threat. A series of mysterious clues left in the woods near an ancient clootie well outside Edinburgh start to point to a serial killer on the loose - a murderer who specialises in taking out newly-released rapists. The most alarming aspect for Rebuss bosses, though, is that the well is a stones throw from Gleneagles itself. The authorities are keen to hush up both issues, for fear of overshadowing a meeting of global importance. But Rebus has never been one to stick to the rules, and when his colleague Siobhan Clarke finds herself hunting down the identity of the riot cop who assaulted her mother, it looks as though Rebus and Clarke may be pitted on both sides of the conflict - and before the end of this monumental week, they each have to make decisions that will affect them forever... The Naming of the Dead is both the stunning new novel from Number 1 bestseller, Ian Rankin, and a potent mix of action and politics set against a backdrop of the most devastating week in recent British history.
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Title The Naming Of The Dead Height 15.2
Ian Rankin Width 3
ISBN-13 9780752868592 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0752868594 Spine Width
Publisher Narosa Book Distributors Pvt Ltd Pages 432
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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