Thirty years a crime author, 21 Rebus novels, and Ian Rankin is still going strong. Having retired and later returned to the force to help solve cold cases, John Rebus has always scratched his head about one particular murder. The socialite Maria Turquand was found dead in an upmarket Edinburgh hotel the same night a rowdy rock band were staying there. Her killer was never caught, but now it appears there might be a link between the bank her husband worked for and a money laundering scheme unraveling in the present day. It’s even connected to the upstart criminal who seems to have inherited Big Ger Cafferty’s empire. And as readers know, Big Ger and Rebus go way back. Read the review here.