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Born in Fife on 28 April, 1960 but best known for his Edinburgh-set novels starring “Inspector Rebus”, Ian Rankin is Britain’s most successful crime writer. A major contributor to the ‘tartan noir’ genre, Ian studied literature at university and lived in Tottenham and rural France while developing his career as a novelist. His first novel, The Flood, was published in 1986.
A regular on Newsnight Review, Ian Rankin was awarded an OBE in 2002 and now lives in Edinburgh near fellow authors J.K. Rowling, Alexander McCall Smith and Kate Atkinson. He writes one new book every year for his legion of fans.