The Core Dump

A strong conviction that something must be done is the parent of many bad measures

[By Nic Lindh on Sunday, 26 March 2006]

Review: Strip Jack

Ian Rankin’s Strip Jack is the fourth novel in the Inspector Rebus series. Strip Jack has a strong plot and Rankin spends a lot of energy on fleshing out his supporting characters, both police and suspects, leading to an engrossing police procedural.

Highly recommended.


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