Friday, November 10, 2006

Ian Rankin's Knots & Crosses Reissue

Orion have launched Rebus 20 to celebrate next year's 20 years of Rebus and in March a special hardback edition of Knots and Crosses will be launched with "never before seen material from the original manuscript".

A whole host of promotional events are planned leading up to October 2007 when we discover (perhaps) if the last Rebus has been written.

2 comments:

Maxine said...

I liked Knots and Crosses -- I've read all the Rebus books, starting before Rankin became such a big seller. K and C was about his adjustment from army to civilian life I recall. An auspicious start to an excellent series.

Euro Crime said...

I still haven't read any, though I enjoyed the Ken Stott Rebus series recently.