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From Doon with Death

Ruth Rendell: From Doon with Death (UK 2014)

From the Publisher:
A 50th anniversary edition of the first Inspector Wexford novel, with an introduction by Ian Rankin and a new afterword by Ruth Rendell.
An ordinary life. An extraordinary death.

The trampled grass led to the body of Margaret Parsons.

With no useful clues and a victim known only for her mundane life, Chief Inspector Wexford is baffled until he discovers Margaret's dark secret - a collection of rare books, each inscribed from a secret lover and signed only as 'Doon'.

Who is Doon? And could the answer hold the key to Wexford solving his first case?

Ruth Rendell: From Doon with Death. Inspector Wexford's First Case. 50th anniversary edition. With a new introduction by Ian Rankin. Arrow, ISBN 9780099588542 (May, 2014), 207 p., £7.99.

 

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From Doon with Death

Ruth Rendell: From Doon with Death (UK 2009)

From the Publisher:
No one believed Mr Parsons' fears for his missing wife. Until two days later she was discovered in the woods, her face swollen and her clothes damply clinging to her lifeless body.

With no useful witnesses and a victim known only for her mundane life, Chief Inspector Wexford has just one clue: a lipstick found at the scene.

To find the killer, Wexford must first discover a motive. Because what he can't understand is how such an unassuming woman became the victim of such a passionate and violent crime.

Ruth Rendell: From Doon with Death. A Wexford Case. Arrow, ISBN 9780099534785 (October, 2009), 226 p., £7.99.

 

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From Doon with Death

Ruth Rendell: From Doon with Death (UK 2000)

From the Publisher:
'Love and death,' said Chief Inspector Wexford. 'Those were the only two sensational things that ever happened to Margaret Parsons, love and death. The thing is they both happened in my district.'
The police knew all about Margaret Parsons' life, and by the look of it, it was very dull. Margaret Parsons had been a 'good woman'. Religious, old-fashioned and respectable, her life had been as spotless and ordinary as her home, as unexciting and dependable as her marriage. But it was not Margaret Parsons' life that interested Wexford. It was her death. She had been a predictable, ordinary woman - but now she had met a death of passion and violence for which there seemed no motive or clue.

Ruth Rendell: From Doon with Death. A Chief Inspector Wexford Mystery. Arrow, ISBN 0099203502 (July, 2000), 182 p., £6.99 (?).

 

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From Doon with Death

Ruth Rendell: From Doon with Death (USA 1998)

From the Publisher:
When Margaret Parsons disappears, Inspector Burden tries to reassure her frantic husband that she will be back by morning. Privately, though, he is certain Margaret has run off with another man. But then the missing woman's body is found, strangled and abandoned in a nearby wood. And when Mr. Parsons lets the police into his home, a startling discovery leads everyone to question just who Margaret Parsons really was...

Ruth Rendell: From Doon with Death. An Inspector Wexford Mystery. Ballantine, ISBN: 0345348176 (March, 1998), $6.99.

 

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