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Talk about not much of a novel. I cannot believe those that wrote the blurbs for this book actually read it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A Southern Reader
No Man's Nightingale by Ruth Rendell.
Inspector Wexford is retired but anxious to get back into the game. Life without a murder to solve seems to be somewhat of a bore. Read more
Enjoyed the story very much. Hadn't read one of her books in many years.Published 1 month ago by Karen Warren
I enjoyed reading this but it was a bit like Sherlock Holmes being brought back to life; I don't think Wexford would want to be remembered like this. Read morePublished 1 month ago by susankaye
Liked it a lot. Enjoyed the story. Anxious to read another by Ruth. Hope to do so soon.
Autism and Asberger's Syndrome have always been of interest to me as a retired sp. ed. teacher. This book is very thorough and covers many aspects of Autism. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Beaton
Sadly not up to her usual standard. I found it a chore to read but plugged on. The story was at times confusing, and the resolution of the mystery felt hurried. Read morePublished 2 months ago by christine sultana
I normally don't care for Ruth Rendell novels, but this one kept my attention the whole way. Recommend reading it.Published 3 months ago by Michael Colacicco