A Sleeping Life: Death is always solitary. For some, so is life... - Ruth Rendell Reviews
Description:ISBN 99534894 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Ruth Rendell / Paperback / 272 Pages / Book is published 2010-02-04 by Arrow
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Ruth Rendell A Sleeping Life: (A Wexford Case)
On a sultry August evening, the bloody body of a middle - aged wo ...
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==About the book:== The body of a middle age women is discovered under a hedge by a young boy. And despite having no identification on her Chief Inspector Wexford soon discovers that Miss Rhoda Comfrey was stabbed to death. He is surprised to find her purse still intact with money left in it but no real clues about the ladies life or why anyone should want to kill her. As he begins to investigate Wexford discovers the dead lady had just visited her father in hospital and although not living locally she was known in the Sussex town of Kingsmarkham as she visited his home a couple of times a year and grew up there. He is advised by several ... Read the complete review
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