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Book Review: Doors Open, by Ian Rankin

Ian Rankin is best known for his crime novels centred on Detective Inspector John Rebus, but Rebus has retired now so he doesn't figure here. This is a story seen mainly through the eyes of the criminals rather than the police and it is set in the Edinburgh art world. It is reviewed here.

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