Fleshmarket Close by Ian Rankin

Fleshmarket Close is a 2004 crime novel by Ian Rankin, and is named after a real close off Edinburgh's Cockburn Street. It is the fifteenth of the Inspector Rebus novels. "Fleshmarket" is the Scots term butcher's market. It was released in the USA under the title Fleshmarket Alley. The novel was the basis for the second episode in the second Rebus television series starring Ken Stott which was aired in 2006.

The 1878th greatest fiction book of all time


This book is on the following lists:

  1. - 57th on The 100 Best Books of the Decade(2000) (Times)

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Name Binding Sales Rank Lowest New Lowest Used Published
Fleshmarket Close Paperback 836586 $6.07 $0.87
Fleshmarket Close Hardcover 3278838 $3.99
Fleshmarket Close Audio CD 2062159 $56.46 $3.43 2004
So soll er sterben: Roman (German Edition) Kindle Edition 1438043 $9.59 2006
So soll er sterben Paperback 8164136 $0.94 2007
Fleshmarket Alley: An Inspector Rebus Novel (Inspector Rebus Mysteries) Kindle Edition 33031 $9.99 2005
Fleshmarket Alley (Inspector Rebus) Paperback 225561 $4.28 $0.23 2010
Fleshmarket Alley Hardcover 451691 $3.62 $0.01 2005
Fleshmarket Alley: An Inspector Rebus Novel (Inspector Rebus Mysteries) Mass Market Paperback 948906 $3.14 $0.01 2006
Fleshmarket Alley (Inspector Rebus Series) Audio CD 1509797 $4.89 $0.98 2010
Fleshmarket Close: Inspector Rebus, Book 15 Audible Audio Edition 115842 $14.95 2006
Fleshmarket Alley (Inspector Rebus Series) Audio CD 4300787 $8.50 $9.40 2014
Fleshmarket Close Unknown Binding 8031910 $2.86 $0.01 2004
Fleshmarket Alley (Inspector Rebus Series) Audio CD 4482967 $17.59 $5.83 2010
Fleshmarket Close (A Rebus Novel) Paperback 2524481 $9.00 $0.03 2005