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A Question of Blood
by Rankin, Ian
- A Question of Blood by Rankin, Ian
- Bookseller: Seattle Mystery Bookshop (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #: 5080
- Title: A Question of Blood
- Author: Rankin, Ian
- Format/binding: Hardcover
- Book condition: Very Good
- Jacket condition: fine
- Quantity available: 1
- Edition: First UK edition
- Binding: Hardcover
- ISBN 10: 0752851101
- ISBN 13: 9780752851105
- Publisher: Orion
- Place: London
- Date published: 2003
- Keywords: PRIVATE, SCHOOL, REBUS, MURDER, SHOOTING, EDINBURGH, EX-ARMY, KILLER, CIVIC LEADER, GOTH, SECRETS, LIES, STALKING, MYSTERY, POLICE, SCOTLAND
- Bookseller catalogs: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Traditional British; FICTION / Thrillers;
- Subjects: FICTION / Fantasy / General; FICTION / Mystery & Detective / General; FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Traditional British; FICTION / Suspense; FICTION / Thrillers;
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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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