"Delicious and unpredictable. Clever riff on Annie Wilkes, as well as many winks to gender studies and unreliable female narrators.
Audio voices were perfect, perfect.
HIGHLY RECOMMEND you listen to this one."
"Ian Rankin is such a pro.
Rebus, increasingly curmudgeonesque, is dealing with COPD and an already knotty relationship with his daughter when he is pulled into the strange goings-on up north.
All the familiar detectives also become involved..."
"A very refreshing change of pace, what with the Chief Inspector in Paris. We get Parisian restaurants, Parisian museums, Parisian food.
A bonus is Penny's referencing to the Parisian disdain for Canadian French, Canadian everything. That adds ..."