Best Man to Die (Her An Inspector Wexford mystery) ePub download
by Ruth Rendell
- ISBN: 0893403172
- ISBN13: 978-0893403171
- ePub: 1562 kb | FB2: 1969 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Audiogo; Large type edition edition (May 1981)
- Pages: 377
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 981
- Format: doc lrf docx lit
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SUMMARY: Chief Inspector Wexford is in China, visiting ancient tombs and palaces with a group of British tourists. After their return to England, one of his fellow tourists is found murdered. As he questions other members of the group, Wexford finds secrets of greed, treachery, theft, and adultery, leading the distressed inspector to ask not who is innocent, but who is least guilty.
Ruth Rendell is a great mystery writer. Not up to her usual standards I feel
The best mystery writer anywere in the English-speaking world. For readers who have almost given up mysteries. Ruth Rendell is a great mystery writer. On this occasion, I found her writing difficult to follow. Not up to her usual standards I feel.
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Ruth Rendell The Best Man To Die The fourth book in the Chief Inspector Wexford series, 1969Chapter 1 Jack Pertwee was getting married in the morning and the Kingsmarkham and District Darts Club were in the Dragon to give him what George Carter called a send-off. I don’t like the sound of that, George,’ said Jack. I’m getting married, not buried. ‘It comes to the same thing. The fourth book in the Chief Inspector Wexford series, 1969. Chapter 1. Jack Pertwee was getting married in the morning and the Kingsmarkham and District Darts Club were in the Dragon to give him what George Carter called a send-off.
SKU: 63730 Categories: Books, Ruth Rendell, Scotland Yard Detectives Tag: Ruth Rendell. Suspense is spiced with ironic twists as Chief Inspector Wexford and his assistant join forces with the groom to track down a killer. Rendell may be just the woman to get them started again. Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. First-rate entertainment.
The book is Another Inspector Wexford mystery, this one from 1970. You read this, with characters who are too materialistic, too made-up (the women) who are wholly narcissistic and who are all about what they own, how much of it and who's looking at it, and you might think, okay, this was written today. Jan 10, 2018 Lauren rated it really liked it. Shelves: mystery.
Now Chief Inspector Wexford and his assistant join forces with the groom to track down a killer. About the Author: Ruth Rendell is the author of Road Rage, The Keys to the Street, Bloodlines, Simisola, and The Crocodile Bird. She is the winner of the Mystery Writers of America Grand Master Award.
Rendell's Inspector Wexford mysteries are all superior. An Inspector Wexford Outing: Two Cases Intersect. Published by Thriftbooks. However, I did have trouble with one crucial aspect of the story and that is with what first appears to be a subplot, but proves to be connected to the primary case in question. I want to avoid a spoiler, but my difficulty deals with the original identification and original supposition concerning one of the fatalities in the secondary plot thread. It just does not quite compute. com User, 12 years ago. Ruth Rendell has twenty Detective Chief Inspector Wexford crime novels in her arsenal, and this was number four in the series.