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Tooth and Nail

Inspector Rebus, Book 3
Series: Inspector Rebus [Abridged], Book 3
Length: 3 hrs and 56 mins
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FEATURING AN EXCLUSIVE INTRODUCTION READ BY IAN RANKIN.

They call him the Wolfman - because he takes a nip out of his victims and because they found the first victim in the East End's lonely Wolf Street. But there's no urban predator that Rebus fears.

When Scotland Yard are anxious to find the last serial killer on their patch they look north and soon Rebus is on his way south from the chill of Edinburgh to the rain of London.

Dr. Liza Frazer is attractive in more ways than one and Rebus is happy to take her up on her offer of help. But in taking on one ally who doesn't think that everyone achilles heel in the fight against the Wolfman.

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Another trip into madness with Inspector Rebus 😎

Excellent audio books and made my long walks and drive so much more enjoyable. Congratulations

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Brilliant read

Loved this book although it was somewhat gruesome at times. The funny Scottish humour made up for it though.

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Far too short

Really enjoyed this. I liked the narrator very much. And being Scottish made it all the more true to life. My only concern is that it ended very abruptly. I thought I was half way through and then it finished. But all in all very good. I have downloaded another already.