Rendell


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Rendell

(ˈrɛndəl; rɛnˈdɛl)
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(Biography) Ruth (Barbara), Baroness. born 1930, British crime writer: author of detective novels, such as Wolf to the Slaughter (1967), and psychological thrillers, such as The Lake of Darkness (1980) and (under the name Barbara Vine) A Fatal Inversion (1987) and The Chimney Sweeper's Boy (1998)
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Firefighter Steve Rendell said the driver of the Vauxhall Astra estate was in the garage shop when the engine compartment caught fire.
Fabiha from Rendell Primary School won first place with her colourful festive design, and fellow pupil Jasmin won the second place too.
Jonathan Rendell, deputy chairman of Christie's, suggests that RIAs or their clients look for collectibles where the investment can be easily tracked.
DARK CORNERS BY RUTH RENDELL (Published by Hutchinson, PS18.
With her mastery of crime fiction and psychological thriller-writing, Ruth Rendell was undoubtedly the queen of not just the who-dunnit but the whydunnit.
BEST-selling crime writer Ruth Rendell died yesterday aged 85.
Ruth Rendell, who suffered a stroke in January, wrote more than 60 best-sellers, including the Inspector Wexford novels, which were turned into a TV series starring George Baker in the title role.
Rendell was best known for her detective novels featuring Chief Inspector Reginald Wexford, which were made into a popular TV series starring George Baker alongside Christopher Ravenscroft as sidekick Det Insp Mike Burden.
Rendell, the author of more than 60 best-selling novels, had suffered a severe stroke in January.
Nearly everyone had their dead salmon toy," Whitehead and Rendell write in The Cultural Lives of Whales and Dolphins.
TOP-SELLING crime writer Ruth Rendell was fighting for life last night after a serious stroke.
In a career spanning 50 years, legendary British crime writer Ruth Rendell, a member of England's House of Lords, has published 24 installments in the Inspector Wexford series, 27 stand-alone mysteries, and an additional 14 crime novels under the pseudonym Barbara Vine, as well as novellas and short story collections.