Doors Open

23 Jan

“Doors Open” is an awesome stand alone novel from Ian Rankin.

Mike MacKenzie is a rich playboy with an interest in art.  Along with his friend Allan he gets drawn into an art heist, all the while being watched by Detective Inspector Ransome, who is interested in one of Mike’s old school pals.

Fast paced, action packed, and loaded with twists and turns, “Doors Open” is an excellent read.

Ian Rankin shows that he doesn’t need to write Rebus to create a brilliant story.  In fact, this one was better in some ways, because there was no character baggage.  There was, however, a sly reference to Rebus that made me chuckle.

Highly recommended.

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