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From The New Yorker
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My fist Rendell book. Was excited when I read about the author. I found the book boring, confusing and filled with too many characters. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nikiwiki
I expected better but I did enjoy this book to some degree but I'll read more Rendell/Wexford books because I've always enjoyed her books. The plot was a bit confusing, I thought.Published 16 months ago by cave76
I think I knew The Babes in the Wood was going to be a letdown after hearing the prologue which centered on a weird and unconvincing religious ritual in a rural clearing in the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by albarino
Purchased as gift and person was pleased with it.
Said good mystery.
I found this book to be confusing at times because there were too many characters and it seemed to jump around.Published 23 months ago by Beth McIlvoy
This book was as riveting and engaging as her Wexford mysteries always are -- it just wasn't quite as intricately plotted as some. Read morePublished on May 29, 2014 by LitCrit