Books January 28, 2012
BEST STORY EVER: Ian Rankin

It's got to be an odd moment when you go to a police station to ask them some questions in order to write your first novel, and you get the sneaking sense that they might suspect you of having committed a crime. Ian Rankin explains how research for his first Rebus novel almost landed him in some serious trouble...

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