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‘Stunning black-and-white photography...A non-fiction work of intelligent analysis'
'Trish Malley and Ross Gillespie...provide a visual language to complement the dark and complex thoughts of Scotland's most famous sleuth'
The evocative photographs are a brilliant complement to the text'
In “Rebus’s Scotland” they had an unusual challenge: They had to take photos for a biography of a fictional character. They have succeeded beautifully with pictures that are a visual reflection of the narrative: moody, monochrome, atmospheric portraits of a country, its cities and its people’
'atmospherically illustrated with a series of stunning shots, mostly of Edinburgh'
'No discerning coffee table should be without this visually stunning, intriguing snapshot of a Scottish literary icon'