Monday, March 07, 2005

Friday night I settled in with Fleshmarket Alley by Ian Rankin, the new Rebus mystery. As always, half the fun was in watching how the disparate crimes all ended up weaving together and the other half was in the characters and dialogue. Race was a big issue in this story and the sarcasm and bitter humor flowed freely as a result. I think this is actually one series that I feel is getting stronger and better as it goes along. Certainly I've enjoyed the last three or four entries more than the beginning books.

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