No More Dying Then! (Vintage Crime/Black Lizard) by Ruth Rendell

Ruth Rendell is the award-winning author of the Chief Inspector Wexford mysteries.

No More Dying Then! (Vintage Crime/Black Lizard) by Ruth Rendell is available. Click for more info or to buy it now.

No More Dying Then! (Vintage Crime/Black Lizard) by Ruth Rendell


Features

  • Paperback: 224 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.71 x 8.02 x 5.23
  • Publisher: Vintage Books; Reissue edition (May 1999)
  • ISBN: 0375704892


    Book Description
    What kind of a person would kidnap two children?

    That is the question that haunts Wexford when a five-year-old boy and a twelve-year-old girl disappear from the village of Kingsmarkham. When a child's body turns up at an abandoned country home one search turns into a murder investigation and the other turns into a race against time. Filled with pathos and terror, passion, bitterness, and loss, No More Dying Then is Rendell at her most chillingly astute.

    With her Inspector Wexford novels, Ruth... read more

    Reader Reviews
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful: Great Absorbing Mystery, focused on Detective Burden, October 4, 2002 Reviewer: lynkfri13 from Boston, MA United States ~ ~ - ~ ~ ~ ~ This was my absolute favorite Ruth Rendell mystery in the Inspector Wexford series. It takes place in about the middle of the Inspector Wexford/ Detective Burden series. But it is not necessary to be familiar with the detectives, as they are briefly introduced to the reader in each book. ~ ~ Detective Mike Burden's wife has just died, and his sister-in-law is staying at his house to help take care of his two children. He is so utterly miserable, and grief stricken, that he can't see how much they all need him to focus himself on his home life. Partially because of his inability to deal with his personal life, when a 5-year-old boy disappears, he throws himself whole-heartedly into the investigation. He becomes over involved with the boy's mother. The recent disappearance of a 12-year-old girl makes the case more worrisome. ~ ~ Ruth Rendell is a master of plot twists and turns that keep us guessing. The book was very strong in the characterizations of the principal players, not just Burden and Wexford, but also the boy's mother, who clings to hope when it looks grim. Grace, Burden's sister-in-law is also very believable and understandable, as she suffers through the pain of Burden's family, who need his focus back at home. ~ ~ "No More Dying, Then!" is absorbing and captivating. It is a great way to start reading the Inspector Wexford mysteries. "

    More Info from AmazonBuy It from Amazon
    More Info from Amazon UKBuy Now from Amazon UK
    More Info from Amazon CanadaBuy Now from Amazon Canada

  •  


     

     



    Search Now:
    In Association with Amazon.com

    Search Now:
    In Association with Amazon.co.uk

    Search Now:
    In Association with amazon.ca
     

    Mystery Guild