Inspector John Rebus
He goes to London partially to get away from his boss who is not happy with him and has relegated him to a desk job. However, he goes there with the assumption that he will only be there a few days.
He is a simple man who only wants to do his job well and go home at night with a clear conscious. In the end, he decides that retirement might be the best situation for him, as he could join a security firm and work normal hours.
She comes to the police department hoping to look at the files on the Wolfman case so that she might draw up a profile on the killer. She tells Rebus that she is a psychologist in order to seem more professional, but this is a lie.
She plays along with Rebus...
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