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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Book
This was my first Ian Rankin book. It was great. The book read very fast and kept my attention through the book.
The serial killer's MO was mysterious. I wanted to know "Why?". The book didn't disappoint and provided both the "Who" and "Why".
I would recommend it.
Am 15. Mai 2000 veröffentlicht

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1.0 von 5 Sternen oh no - not another one!
I read some of Mr. Rankin's novels and was quite disappointed by this one. It's just another one from the huge pile of serial killer novels that perpetuate the cliché of of the pervert cross-dressing murderer. This is especially disappointing as the author has proved that he is capable of writing thrilling yet realistic novels with a very casual approach. To...
Am 26. Januar 2000 veröffentlicht


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1.0 von 5 Sternen oh no - not another one!, 26. Januar 2000
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I read some of Mr. Rankin's novels and was quite disappointed by this one. It's just another one from the huge pile of serial killer novels that perpetuate the cliché of of the pervert cross-dressing murderer. This is especially disappointing as the author has proved that he is capable of writing thrilling yet realistic novels with a very casual approach. To readers new to the author I recommend "Mortal Causes", one of the most impressing thrillers I have read in a while. Mr Rankins's novels are as good as the plot is, and he is well advised to stick to realistic stories.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Book, 15. Mai 2000
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This was my first Ian Rankin book. It was great. The book read very fast and kept my attention through the book.
The serial killer's MO was mysterious. I wanted to know "Why?". The book didn't disappoint and provided both the "Who" and "Why".
I would recommend it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great look into the depraved mind of a serial killer, 6. Mai 2000
The writing in 'Tooth and nail' is superb and has a very incisive, polished feel. The plot is great, but it seemed as if the end was slightly rushed. Rebus suddenly guesses who the killer is and then goes after him in what can only be described as a Hollywood ending. But the denoument more than makes up for this. The psychological insight into the mind of a serial killer (dubbed 'The wolfman') is excellent. I felt sympathy, if not quite empathy, for this character. The way Rankin described The wolfman's extremely messed up childhood ("I'm a boy, I'm a boy, I'm a boy...")almost had me in tears. And the reason why he bit into his victim's stomachs was so insanely rational that I was amused and shocked all at once. This is a great book and should definitely be read by anyone interested in this genre.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Dark and Chilling Tale, 29. November 1999
I've read all of Ian Rankin's Inspector Rebus tales. Thus, I've spent many hours with John Rebus, and his deep, dark, intensity. His world of pain and loss is usually Edinburgh where the city becomes a living being as conscious and present as Rebus himself-and the shadows that fill his life. In Tooth and Nail, we are thrust with Rebus into an alien land, London, and much more into the alien mind of the murderer. The insanity within the serial killer is disconcerting, creating anixity within us as we read the words. No longer are we curled up with a good book reading about paper characters. We become no more safe from the demons of imagination than the do victims in the novel. But Mr. Rankin not only chills us, he saves us, at least for the moment. I could not bear such unease if it wasn't for the realization that Inspector Rebus will succeed in the end, at least enough for me to sleep without nightmares . . bravo, Mr. Rankin. You are an artist.
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