Review: Resurrection Men: An Inspector Rebus Novel Inspector John Rebus has outdone even his own previous record for behaving badly he threw a cup of tea at DCS Gill Templer and got himself sent back to the police academy for some remedial lessons in playing well with others. Those who know Rebus well from previous books about him by Ian Rankin (this is the 14th, plus a novella) will be skeptical that this old Scottish dog can take on any new ...
RESURRECTION MEN Finally, iconoclastic DI John Rebus has gone too far, heaving crockery at DCI Gill Templer, and he's been remanded to Tulliallan, the Scottish Police College midway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, for a course on appropriate team behavior led by retired DCI Tennant, who assigns Rebus and five other anti-authority types—officers Francis Gray, Stu Sutherland, Tam Barclay, Allan Ward, Jazz McCullough
Review: Resurrection Men (Inspector Rebus #13) Maybe it's because I listened to the audiobook and was sometimes doing other things while listening but I got a bit confused by the various names and different cases. I think I may have to listen again and then just listen so that I don't loose the thread like this.
Review: Resurrection Men (Inspector Rebus #13) For me, Resurrection Men is one of the most readable, quickest paced Rebus books. It had a good pace, interesting characters, and great settings around Scotland.
Review: Resurrection Men (Inspector Rebus #13) This is the first Rebus book I've read and I found it very engaging and liked the mix of characters very much. Although it made reference to previous stories it didn't detract or make it difficult to follow. I look forward to reading more.
Review: Resurrection Men (Inspector Rebus #13) Loved It!