It’s been a while since we gave away a suspense novel (the archives tell me . . . about three months!), and I thought some of you might be itching for a whodunit.
Ian Rankin’s The Complaints is just the ticket—mystery columnist Bruce Tierney says it’s “superb on every level.” Though Rankin is best known for his books starring Detective Inspector John Rebus, I think you’ll be equally drawn to his newest hero, Detective Malcolm Fox.
In a recent Q&A with Rankin, I asked the author to describe The Complaints in one sentence. He said:
The Complaints: An internal affairs cop fights for his job and his sanity in a city on the edge of physical and moral bankrupcy.
Enter to win a copy of The Complaints for yourself by leaving a comment below. In our Q&A, Ranking gave me a great answer when I asked him his “words to live by.” He said: “Words to live by? Words are my life—I love all of them equally.”
What are your words to live by?
ETA: Congrats to Jean, this week’s winner! Contest is now closed.