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Rebus: Strip Jack - Saturday Drama, Complete (Dramatised)

Narrated by: Ron Donachie
Length: 1 hr and 54 mins
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Summary

Ron Donachie stars in this two-part dramatisation of Ian Rankin's crime thriller set in Edinburgh and the Highlands in 1992. Inspector Rebus is investigating the death of an MP's wife when an Edinburgh man confesses to the murder of two women. Rebus, however, is not convinced. Much to his superior's dismay, Rebus ignores the confession and disappears north to investigate a wild party deep in the Scottish countryside.

Featuring Andy Clark, Lisa Gardner, Gavin Kean, Liam Brennan, Douglas Russell, Robin Laing, Emma Currie, Lewis Howden, Monica Gibb and Laurie Brown. Other parts played by the cast. Adapted by Chris Dolan. Producer/director Bruce Young.

©2012 Ian Rankin, Chris Nolan (P)2012 AudioGO Ltd

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Ian Rankin at his best good story and good performances from all the actors in the cast

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  • Andre
  • 05-03-14

Radio drama

I found it hopeless to listen to this story. It was 'dramatized'; but it was impossible to tell who was speaking, or what was going on, at any one time. The plot might very well be a good one, but I was quite unable to find out what it was or how the detective ("Rebus") was going about his business.

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