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An Unkindness Of Ravens : an absorbing Wexford mystery from the award-winning Queen of Crime, Ruth Rendell, Paperback / softback Book

An Unkindness Of Ravens : an absorbing Wexford mystery from the award-winning Queen of Crime, Ruth Rendell Paperback / softback

Part of the Wexford series

Paperback / softback


Fatalities and feminism combine in this captivating mystery from multi-million copy and SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author Ruth Rendell. Perfect for readers of PD James, Ann Cleeves and Donna Leon. 'A brilliant reshuffling of a pack of clues . . . Rendell at her richest' -- Sunday Times'Well-plotted . . . baffling . . . Still the tops' -- Sunday Telegraph'A climax as chilling and unexpected as any she's perpetrated before' -- The Times'Another great novel from this author; she never disappoints' -- ***** Reader review'Another Rendell worth staying up late reading...' -- ***** Reader review'Rendell rules!' -- ***** Reader review'Very hard to put down once you start' -- ***** Reader review*****************************************************************************************************The raven: not a particularly predatory bird, but far from soft and submissive, adopted as the symbol of a militant feminist group... Detective Chief Inspector Wexford thought he was merely doing a neighbourly good deed when he agreed to talk to Joy Williams about her missing husband.

He certainly didn't expect to be investigating a most unusual homicide. Rodney Williams was neither handsome nor wealthy - but he had an unerring eye for a pretty girl and when he disappeared and two other men were later attacked by a young woman, Wexford couldn't help wondering if there was a connection.

If there wasn't, where was Rodney Williams and why had he vanished?

He had committed no crime - apart from telling his wife the occasional lie...


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