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A Question of Blood

by Rankin, Ian


London: Orion, 2003. First UK edition. Hardcover. Very Good/fine. Pale gray rubbing to tops of pages near spine, else fine. Signed on the title page. DJ in mylar cover.

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A Question of Blood is a 2003 crime novel by Ian Rankin. It is the fourteenth of the Inspector Rebus novels.

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