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Ian (Ian) Rankin (Ian Rankin) Reprinted also under the pseudonym Jack Harvey (Jack Harvey). Scottish writer. Born April 28, 1960 in Carkenden, Scotland. As a child, he began to compose comics, at school - poetry, at the university - stories. Graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Master`s degree in Literature. Muriel Spark received an honorary doctorate for his research on the work of the Scottish writer. In addition, he holds honorary doctorates from the University of Dundee Abertey, University of St Andrews, University of Hull (2005). In June 2002, he became a Commander of the Order of the British Empire for Merit in Literature. After graduating from the University of Edinburgh, Rankin moved to London in 1986. Here for four years he worked at the National Center for Folk Art and for the magazine "Hi-Fi Review", then left for France and worked there in rural areas as a pig herder, machinist, taxi driver, wine grower, wine taster. In the same place, in France, he began his career as a writer. During this time, Ian wrote his first novel, The Flood. In 1987, Rankin began his detective series about Inspector John Rebus with Knots and Crosses. He returned to Scotland in 1996. In addition to the Rebus series, Ian writes thrillers under the pseudonym Jack Harvey (Jack Harvey). The writer defines his style as "Tartan noir" (tartan - checkered fabric for a Scottish plaid). Ian Renin`s writings have twice received the British Detective Writers` Association Golden Dagger Award. Now he lives in Edinburgh with his wife Miranda and two sons - Jack and Keith. Among his hobbies, he writes music in rock style. In 2007, in the homeland of the writer, the twentieth anniversary of his appearance on the literary arena was celebrated on a grand scale. Officer of the Order of the British Empire Rankin was promoted to Assistant Lord Lieutenant of Edinburgh and presented with the newly established Edinburgh Prize in recognition of outstanding service to the city. In the courtyard of the City Council building, a slab of the famous Caithnessian stone was unveiled with the handprints of the first recipient of this super honorable award.  Reviews : "Rebus, who has changed his sixties for a long time, is undoubtedly one of the brightest heroes in the world detective story ...

Anyone who wants to go headlong into the world of genuine characters and brilliantly recreated acute life situations will find nothing Better Call of the Dead.

Washington Post Book World Rebus has a mind sharper than the dagger of a Scottish Highlander ...

Rankin is unmatched in his business.

His detectives will make you forget about work and even love ...

Pittsburgh Post Gazette "Based on materials from sites - Detective. Declaration of love , the writer`s official site .  Bibliography Inspector Rebus 1987 - 1.

Knots and Crosses - Tic Tac Toe 1991 - 2.

Hide and Seek - Cats and Mice 1992 - 3.

Tooth and Nail (originally published as Wolfman) - Not for life, but for death 1992 - 4.

Strip Jack - Broken card 1993 - 5.

The Black Book 1994 - 6.

Mortal Causes 1995 - 7.

Let it Bleed 1997 - 8.

Black and Blue 1998 - 9.

The Hanging Garden 1999 - 10.

Dead Souls 2000 - 11.

Set in Darkness 2001 - 12.

The Falls - Waterfall 2002 - 13.

Resurrection Men - Buried alive 2003 - 14.

A Question of Blood - A Question of Blood 2004 - 15.

Fleshmarket Close (US title: Fleshmarket Alley) 2006 - 16.

The Naming of the Dead - Roll Call of the Dead 2007 - 17.

Exit Music - Closing Music 2012 - 18.

Standing in Another Man`s Grave - Standing in Another Man`s Grave 2013 - 19.

Saints of the Shadow Bible 1992 - A Good Hanging: And Other Stories 1998 - Death Is Not the End 1999 - Rebus: The Early Years (omnibus) 2001 - Re bus: The St Leonard`s Years (omnibus) 2001 - Three Great Novels: Strip Jack / The Black Book / Mortal Causes (omnibus) 2003 - Rebus: The Lost Years (omnibus) 2004 - Capital Crimes (omnibus) 2011 - The Complete Rebus Collection : 18 Great Novels (omnibus) 2013 - 10 Great Rebus Novels (omnibus) Other novels 1986 - The Flood (re-released with new introduction in 2005) - Stream 1988 - Watchman (reissued with a new introduction in 2004) 2008 - Doors Open (originally published as a serial novel in the New York Times) - Open door 2009 - A Cool Head (Quick Reads) Malcolm Fox - Inspector Malcolm Fox 2009 - 1.

The Complaints - Controller 2011 - 2.

The Impossible Dead - Can`t be dead Under the pseudonym Jack Harvey - Jack Harvey 1993 - Witch hunt 1994 - Bleeding hearts 1995 - Bloodhunt 2000 - The Jack Harvey Novels (omnibus) Collections 1997 - Herbert in Motion: And Other Stories 2002 - Beggars Banquet 2005 - Complete Short Stories: The Hanging Garden / B eggars Banquet 2006 - One City (with Alexander McCall Smith and Irvine Welsh) 2009 - Crimespotting (with Lin Anderson, Kate Atkinson, Margaret Atwood, Christopher Brookmyre, John Burnside, Isla Dewar, AL Kennedy, Denise Mina and James Robertson) 2009 - Ox -Tales: Earth (with Kate Atkinson, Jonathan Buckley, Jonathan Coe, Hanif Kureishi, Marti Leimbach, Marina Lewycka, Vikram Seth, Nicholas Shakespeare and Rose Tremain) 2010 - The Book That Changed My Life (with Alexander McCall Smith) 2013 - 10 Great Rebus Novels (omnibus) Graphic Novels 2009 - Dark Entries (with Werther Dell`Edera)

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Ian (Ian) Rankin (Ian Rankin) Reprinted also under the pseudonym Jack Harvey (Jack Harvey). Scottish writer. Born April 28, 1960 in Carkenden, Scotland. As a child, he began to compose comics, at school - poetry, at the university - stories. Graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Master`s degree in Literature. Muriel Spark received an honorary doctorate for his research on the work of the Scottish writer. In addition, he holds honorary doctorates from the University of Dundee Abertey, University of St Andrews, University of Hull (2005). In June 2002, he became a Commander of the Order of the British Empire for Merit in Literature. After graduating from the University of Edinburgh, Rankin moved to London in 1986. Here for four years he worked at the National Center for Folk Art and for the magazine "Hi-Fi Review", then left for France and worked there in rural areas as a pig herder, machinist, taxi driver, wine grower, wine taster. In the same place, in France, he began his career as a writer. During this time, Ian wrote his first novel, The Flood. In 1987, Rankin began his detective series about Inspector John Rebus with Knots and Crosses. He returned to Scotland in 1996. In addition to the Rebus series, Ian writes thrillers under the pseudonym Jack Harvey (Jack Harvey). The writer defines his style as "Tartan noir" (tartan - checkered fabric for a Scottish plaid). Ian Renin`s writings have twice received the British Detective Writers` Association Golden Dagger Award. Now he lives in Edinburgh with his wife Miranda and two sons - Jack and Keith. Among his hobbies, he writes music in rock style. In 2007, in the homeland of the writer, the twentieth anniversary of his appearance on the literary arena was celebrated on a grand scale. Officer of the Order of the British Empire Rankin was promoted to Assistant Lord Lieutenant of Edinburgh and presented with the newly established Edinburgh Prize in recognition of outstanding service to the city. In the courtyard of the City Council building, a slab of the famous Caithnessian stone was unveiled with the handprints of the first recipient of this super honorable award.  Reviews : "Rebus, who has changed his sixties for a long time, is undoubtedly one of the brightest heroes in the world detective story ... Anyone who wants to go headlong into the world of genuine characters and brilliantly recreated acute life situations will find nothing Better Call of the Dead. Washington Post Book World Rebus has a mind sharper than the dagger of a Scottish Highlander ... Rankin is unmatched in his business. His detectives will make you forget about work and even love ... Pittsburgh Post Gazette "Based on materials from sites - Detective. Declaration of love , the writer`s official site .  Bibliography Inspector Rebus 1987 - 1. Knots and Crosses - Tic Tac Toe 1991 - 2. Hide and Seek - Cats and Mice 1992 - 3. Tooth and Nail (originally published as Wolfman) - Not for life, but for death 1992 - 4. Strip Jack - Broken card 1993 - 5. The Black Book 1994 - 6. Mortal Causes 1995 - 7. Let it Bleed 1997 - 8. Black and Blue 1998 - 9. The Hanging Garden 1999 - 10. Dead Souls 2000 - 11. Set in Darkness 2001 - 12. The Falls - Waterfall 2002 - 13. Resurrection Men - Buried alive 2003 - 14. A Question of Blood - A Question of Blood 2004 - 15. Fleshmarket Close (US title: Fleshmarket Alley) 2006 - 16. The Naming of the Dead - Roll Call of the Dead 2007 - 17. Exit Music - Closing Music 2012 - 18. Standing in Another Man`s Grave - Standing in Another Man`s Grave 2013 - 19. Saints of the Shadow Bible 1992 - A Good Hanging: And Other Stories 1998 - Death Is Not the End 1999 - Rebus: The Early Years (omnibus) 2001 - Re bus: The St Leonard`s Years (omnibus) 2001 - Three Great Novels: Strip Jack / The Black Book / Mortal Causes (omnibus) 2003 - Rebus: The Lost Years (omnibus) 2004 - Capital Crimes (omnibus) 2011 - The Complete Rebus Collection : 18 Great Novels (omnibus) 2013 - 10 Great Rebus Novels (omnibus) Other novels 1986 - The Flood (re-released with new introduction in 2005) - Stream 1988 - Watchman (reissued with a new introduction in 2004) 2008 - Doors Open (originally published as a serial novel in the New York Times) - Open door 2009 - A Cool Head (Quick Reads) Malcolm Fox - Inspector Malcolm Fox 2009 - 1. The Complaints - Controller 2011 - 2. The Impossible Dead - Can`t be dead Under the pseudonym Jack Harvey - Jack Harvey 1993 - Witch hunt 1994 - Bleeding hearts 1995 - Bloodhunt 2000 - The Jack Harvey Novels (omnibus) Collections 1997 - Herbert in Motion: And Other Stories 2002 - Beggars Banquet 2005 - Complete Short Stories: The Hanging Garden / B eggars Banquet 2006 - One City (with Alexander McCall Smith and Irvine Welsh) 2009 - Crimespotting (with Lin Anderson, Kate Atkinson, Margaret Atwood, Christopher Brookmyre, John Burnside, Isla Dewar, AL Kennedy, Denise Mina and James Robertson) 2009 - Ox -Tales: Earth (with Kate Atkinson, Jonathan Buckley, Jonathan Coe, Hanif Kureishi, Marti Leimbach, Marina Lewycka, Vikram Seth, Nicholas Shakespeare and Rose Tremain) 2010 - The Book That Changed My Life (with Alexander McCall Smith) 2013 - 10 Great Rebus Novels (omnibus) Graphic Novels 2009 - Dark Entries (with Werther Dell`Edera)