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Babes in the Wood by Ruth Rendell - Paperback - 2003 - from EbenezerBooks and Biblio.com

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Babes in the Wood

by Ruth Rendell

Condition: As New


Uk: Arrow, 2003. Book. As New. Mass Market Paperback. AS NEW BOOK, from our bookstore shelves, with only very minor bookstore shelf wear. a very good tight and clean copy. unread and new. a brilliant Chief Inspector Wexford mystery, th river has burst its banks and two children have gone missing....

Ruth Rendell has won numerous awards, including three Edgars and the Grand Master Award from Mystery Writers of America, and four Gold Daggers, one Silver Dagger, and a Cartier Diamond Dagger for outstanding contribution to the genre from Britain’s prestigious Crime Writers’ Association. She lives in London.




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