Mortal Causes (Inspector Rebus, Book 6)

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Watch now. Title: Mortal Causes 27 Sep It's payback time for DI John Rebus in his pact with the crime under-lord Morris Gerald Cafferty for his finding the person who put Rebus' daughter in a life-threatening coma, the result of a hit-and-run accident. This time, it's Cafferty's illegitimate son who was "six-packed" and killed, and Cafferty is calling in his chips from Rebus. Rebus has to cope with a backdrop of gun running, jailbreaks, left- and right-wing extremists, nationalists and other splinter groups who are spouting racist philosophies, and imported white-power fanatics who are perpetrating hate crimes.

Written by Anonymous. I read the book first and look forward to reading more by Ian Rankin.

I, too, was surprised to see John Hannah as Rebus. He is too young and does not match the character in the book. He does, however, do a good job and I liked the show very much.

When an actor creates a believable character, I can accept that the character may differ from the author's original character development. I am hooked on Rebus but will probably read more than watch the roles Rebus plays. I recently visited Edinburgh for the first time and already long to return. Perhaps, these books will be my only connection now that I am back in the States.

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Write a customer review. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. May 23, - Published on Amazon. Verified Purchase. Pick up a book about the Troubles in Ireland, and you're likely to find a great deal about the Irish Republican Army and the atrocities Catholics committed.

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Chances are you'll see less at least here in the United States about the violent actions of the Protestant Unionist forces. Yet there were clearly two sides in the Troubles. In Mortal Causes, the mystery begins with the title. Fortunately, Rankin explains it in an Author's Note at the outset. In Scottish slang, "mortal" can mean "drunk. Of course, Rankin's hero, Inspector John Rebus, is himself no stranger to the bottle.

Inspector Rebus investigates a case during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival The story opens when construction workers stumble upon the corpse of a young man who was brutally tortured and murdered. He hangs from the ceiling in a former butcher's shop several stories below the surface of downtown Edinburgh.

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Meanwhile, aboveground, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival is underway. Because it's the world's largest arts festival, the streets are crowded with thousands of tourists. He's as tough as they come, but he still manages to get beaten up more than once in Mortal Causes. Because it turns out that the boy was Cafferty's son. Between Cafferty and the Right-Wing Irish paramilitaries Rebus is investigating, he has more than his hands full. March 18, - Published on Amazon. The Inspector Rebus Mystery series is best started from Ian Rankin's first book and as you progress you see the evolution of the character.

In Mortal Causes, you see Rebus begin to become a fully developed character.

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As in all the books, the other major "character" in the stories is the backdrop of Edinburgh and the landscape of Scotland, which is so wonderfully depicted by Rankin in the books. The story line moves through the cities , landmarks and weather of Scotland with great detail given to all aspects of the culture there. In the case of Rebus, though, it is the Rolling Stones and rock music that he enjoys with a glass of whisky.

Rebus is a very interesting antihero. A detective with a relentless drive to solve the mystery and we go along happily for the ride.

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I am about one-third the way through the series and I am sure I will finish them all. This a a very good book. July 5, - Published on Amazon. I have to let you know how good this author is I have read all his Inspector Rebus novels, plus his first "The Flood" and I can't find enough superlatives to describe how good he is.