And he shared some of those adventures with us. I suspect that some were too dangerous to release...
Who would (be so brave to) release the most dangerous, hm?
I have never read any of Rankin, having given up reading fiction many years ago, but I have, of course, drunk those beers.
Not being an afficionado of crime fiction, I stumbled upon Ian Rankin, and thoroughly enjoyed his Inspector Rebus.By the way, he drunk those beers, too.
Interestingly his first novel 'Knots and crosses' was in the same mold as Robert Lewis Stevenson apparently. Which reminds me "hi Burro"
Four of the books above I stumbled upon in Spain. 2€, and they were mine.And now, please help me. In which way 'Knots and Crosses' are in the same mold as Stevenson?