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The Keys to the Street

Ruth Rendell: The Keys to the Street (UK 2016)

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London's wealthiest, poorest, kindest and most dangerous citizens all cross paths in Regent's Park. All it takes to bring them together is a series of brutally gruesome murders...

Mary Jago has donated her bone marrow to save the life of a complete stranger; a generous act of kindness that culminates in a horrible break-up with her abusive boyfriend.

Moving to the affluent edge of London's famous Regent's Park, Mary believes she has finally escaped the threat of violence. She never thought that one simple act of kindness could put her own life in mortal danger...

Ruth Rendell: The Keys to the Street. 20th Anniversary Edition. Arrow, ISBN: 9780099579649 (June, 2016), 400 p., £8.99.

 

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The Keys to the Street

Ruth Rendell: The Keys to the Street (USA 2011)

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Set in and around London's Regent's Park, where the city's wealthiest, poorest, kindest, and most vicious citizens all cross paths, The Keys to the Street tells of the deadly thanks a young woman risks receiving in return for an act of selfless generosity.

"Is it true that we dislike those who have done us a service?" asks Mary Jago's grandmother. One of many questions about the best and worst of human nature, it is one with an answer Mary will discover for herself as a consequence of donating her own bone marrow to save the life of a young man she doesn't know...

"It's us he's after," says Dill, "our sort." Dill's sort are the homeless who seek refuge in the park, whose corpses have lately been turning up impaled on the spiked railings that surround it...

Mary is not their sort at all and would under ordinary circumstances be separated from such horror by social barriers stronger than iron bars. But she has performed a bold act, and the circumstances of her life are now extraordinary -- she is receptive to previously undreamed of happiness, and vulnerable to the darkest grief.

Ruth Rendell: The Keys to the Street. Crown, ISBN: 9780307801142 (September, 2011), eBook, 2 MB (ca. 320 p.), $9.99.

 

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The Keys to the Street

Ruth Rendell: The Keys to the Street (USA 1997)

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London's wealthiest, poorest, kindest, and most vicious citizens all cross paths in Regents Park. Quiet, pretty Mary Jago could never have suspected that a series of unspeakable murders in the park contained threads that tangled around her simple, ordinary life.

Ruth Rendell: The Keys to the Street. Dell Publishing Company, ISBN: 044022392X (September, 1997), 376 p., $6.99.

 

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The Keys to the Street

Ruth Rendell: The Keys to the Street (UK 1997)

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Mary Jago had donated her own bone marrow to save the life of someone she didn't know. And this generous act led directly to the bitter break-up of her affair with Alistair.

But the man whose life she had saved would change Mary's life in a way she could never have imagined.

The Keys to the Street creates an atmospherically charged universe, where a young woman's life is in danger from both the middle class world she knows and the other world of the dispossessed and the deranged.

Ruth Rendell: The Keys to the Street. Arrow, ISBN: 009918432X (September, 1997), 378 p., £5.99.

 

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