Beggar's banquet
Author: Ian Rankin (2002)
Pages: 310

From suburban murders to the sinister workings of a serial killer’s mind, from a bent cop with a terminal approach to his work to a hitman who gets more than he bargained for in a crowded fairground… This collection from the modern-day master of crime writing, which includes seven Rebus stories and the hard-to-find Death Is Not The End, not only explores the human condition, but also the inner life of a city like no other. For the streets of Edinburgh’s Old Town have seen more than their fair share of blood.