Wolf To The Slaughter

a hugely absorbing and compelling Wexford mystery from the award-winning Queen of Crime, Ruth Rendell

Ruth Rendell

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Belletristik / Krimis, Thriller, Spionage


Readers of PD James, Ann Cleeves and Donna Leon will love this deliciously tense and suspenseful thriller from multi-million copy and SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author Ruth Rendell. An absolute page-turner you won't be able to stop reading...'If crime fiction is currently in rude good health, its practitioners striving to better the craft and keep it fresh, vibrant and relevant, this is in no small part thanks to Ruth Rendell.' -- Ian Rankin'One of the best novelists writing today' - PD James'The best mystery writer anywhere in the English-speaking world' - Boston Globe'A remarkable talent' -- The Times Literary Supplement'First rate thriller' -- Boston Globe'A steadily engrossing tale' -- Publisher's Weekly'As usual Ruth Rendell has penned a masterpiece. It was full of suspense and surprise. I really enjoyed reading it' -- ***** Reader review'Very good book had me gripped right until the last' -- ***** Reader review'Superb in every way' -- ***** Reader review'Read it in a single go' -- ***** Reader review***********************************************************************************Anita Margolis has vanished. Dark and exquisite, Anita's character is as mysterious as her disappearance. There was no body, no crime - nothing more concrete than an anonymous letter and the intriguing name of Smith.According to headquarters, it wasn't to be considered a murder enquiry at all.With the letter providing them with only one questionable lead to follow, Wexford and his sidekick Inspector Burden are compelled to make enquiries. They soon discover Anita is wealthy, flighty, and thoroughly passionate and immoral. The straight-laced Burden has a very clear idea of what happened to her. But Wexford has his own suspicions...He knows that passion can be lethal.Wolf to the Slaughter is the third book to feature the classic crime-solving detective, Chief Inspector Wexford. You can continue to read about him in The Best Man to Die.