Fans of the Rebus
TV series will recognise his replacement Ron Donachie, while radio fans will recognise his voice.
As well as Donachie as Rebus
, the play also stars John Stahl (Being Human and Game of Thrones) as Big Ger Cafferty and Cathy Tyson (Mona Lisa and Band of Gold) plays detective sergeant Siobhan Clarke.
Whatever Rankin's reasoning, Rebus
is back, and fans will be pleased that the detective's retirement is proving just as temporary as Frank Sinatra's was.
Brian Diemert's analysis of the Rebus
novels, "Ian Rankin and the God of the Scots," although concentrating on their religiosity, tends towards the conclusion that they are as much gothic and gnostic as Christian--characteristics, he argues, which are particularly potent in the Scottish context.
you get another main character, and that's Edinburgh, and Edinburgh's a city that a lot of people think they know but when they read one of my books, they realise there's a lot about Edinburgh that they didn't know, or maybe didn't even suspect.
I'VE never watched the TV versions (of Rebus
), I can honestly say that.
In this twentieth edition of the trials of Rebus
, Rankin poses three questions long on the lips of Rebus
fans the world over: Is Rebus
Few alternative heroes have created the sort of passion from his faithful audience as Rebus
, and Rankin has once again come up with a winning formula.
' case takes him, literally, through the length of Scotland in search of missing women.
Santa Monica, CA, May 18, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Even though people may not know rebus
puzzles by name, they know the concept.
One of the problems that needs to be analyzed in detail is represented by the "rebus
sic stantibus," because its practical applicability represents a delicate and controversial process.