The Hanging Gardens by Ian Rankin

This novel is a gripping entry in the detective genre, where the protagonist, a seasoned investigator, finds himself embroiled in a complex case that leads him through the dark underbelly of a city teeming with secrets. As the investigation unfolds, it becomes clear that the crime is linked to a series of events that have far-reaching implications, touching on themes of power, corruption, and redemption. The narrative is rich with suspense, meticulously crafted characters, and a deep understanding of the human psyche, making it a compelling read for anyone fascinated by the intricacies of crime and the pursuit of justice.

The 6440th greatest book of all time


Published
1998
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Unknown

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