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ISBN:0754004309
Author: Ric Jerrom,Ruth Rendell
ISBN13: 978-0754004301
Title: Make Death Love Me (An Inspector Wexford Mystery)
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Language: English
Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Chivers Audio Books; Unabridged edition (March 1, 2000)

Make Death Love Me (An Inspector Wexford Mystery) by Ric Jerrom,Ruth Rendell



Make Death Love Me. by. Ruth Rendell (Author). The usual gripping plot that Rendell conceives; the story is thrilling but you finally come to the conclusion that such amount of foolish persons reunited around a central topic, and making the most absurd decisions, is a bit of an exageration. Anyway, as fiction goes, anything is possible. Entertaining, agile, easy to read.

With her Inspector Wexford novels, Ruth Rendell, winner of the Mystery Writers of America Grand Master Award, has added layers of depth, realism and unease to the classic English mystery. In memory of my cousin, Michael Richards, who wrote the song Let-Me-Believe. Some Lie And Some Die. Ruth Rendell. I don’t miss her smile or the flowers, I don’t eclipse distance or hours

Death Notes Inspector Wexford by Ruth Rendell. Black and Blue An Inspector Rebus Mystery Inspector Rebus Novels by Ian Rankin. Play now. HOSD - The Lady In Grey (Prequel by Lightbeam Productions.

Ruth Rendell bestsellers. Inspector wexford stories. The Best Man to Die. From Doon with Death. A Guilty Thing Surprised. Means of Evil and Other Stories. Murder Being Once Done. A New Lease of Death. Love me.

Edgar Award–winning author Ruth Rendell (1930–2015) has written more than seventy books that have sold more than 20 million copies worldwide. Ruth Rendell Author Ric Jerrom Narrator (2015). Chief Inspector Wexford Mystery (Series). Book 1. Ruth Rendell Author (2012).

Wexford, Inspector (Fictitious character) Fiction Police England Kidnapping Family violence Large type books. by compiled by William Cole ; illustrated by Ruth Sanderson. ISBN: 0684167093 Publication & Distribution: New York The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Harm done : an Inspector Wexford mystery, Ruth Rendell.

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Make Death Love Me book. Indeed, Ruth Rendell is best known for Inspector Wexford – but I find her edgy suspense novels a cut above the cozy detective series. Like many non-Wexford Rendells, the mystery here isn't whodunit, but rather who will survive in the aftermath-it's like knowing several cars are about to collide and wondering if there will be any survivors. I almost filed this under "historical fiction" because one character is sure he could live fairly comfortably on three thousand British pounds This was very Ruth Rendell: tangled webs!

The clumsy efforts of two amateur bank robbers give bank manager Alan Groombridge a chance to realize his dreams of trading a dull life for passion and adventure, but his conscience soon gets in the way.
Reviews: 7
Voodoolkree
Like a talented athlete such as Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods (before his recent collapse), Ruth Rendell went on a period from roughly 1976 to 1987 where no one could touch her. Her writing was perfectly plotted, wonderfully pitched, and full of dizzying suspense and tension. With books like "A Demon in My View," "A Judgment in Stone," "A Dark Adapted Eye," and "A Fatal Inversion," she established herself at the top of her craft.

This book, came right in the middle of that run and is one of her best. Surprisingly, however, it was the one I had the toughest time tracking down. No library near me stored it and very few copies seem to exist online. What sets this book apart from the others is that the crime occurs relatively early in the book and the resulting tension comes as characters accept (or not) their new realities. Not a word or detail is wasted and not a character is spared from the ensuing events.

I told my wife once that reading Rendell is like listening to your mother and grandmother tell a story about people and places you never knew, and events that seem only vaguely real. As the story goes on, however, the tension builds and only then does one see that everything has a purpose and only then does one realize something incredible has happened.
Blackseeker
This is a good novel, but it doesn’t quite sustain suspense in the same way some of Rendell’s other psychological novels do. There are a few stretches where it might be easy to lose interest here. It was only my trust in Rendell’s ability to track her characters through to the poignancy of their perverse dreams that kept me reading through these somewhat flat sections.

Things do pick up, and by the book's end, you can appreciate how well-woven the fates of these characters are. But if you aren’t already a fan of Rendell’s, this might not be the book to launch you into enthusiasm. If you like novels of more intense psychological suspense, it might be better to start with some of her novels that will keep you taut from beginning to end, novels such as "the Killing Doll" or "A Demon in My View." Then you can come to this novel on a lower key later.
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
Fabulous twisting of several plot-lines to tell the story of a man who is desperately trapped in a boring loveless life, and how he seizes the one opportunity for adventure and freedom. Tied in with this is the tale of two desperate criminals and how their foolish plan to rob a bank unravels... and the surprising heroism of their kidnap victim. The conclusion is both unexpected and satisfactory.
Scoreboard Bleeding
This is an excellent psychological thriller; so much happening so quickly in the sad lives of multiple broken characters. Despite the eventual end of the story, no one achieved any semblance of what
they hoped to acquire. Unbelievable page-turner!!!
Bele
Good
Silverbrew
Ok
Realistic
great book.
The usual gripping plot that Rendell conceives; the story is thrilling but you finally come to the conclusion that such amount of foolish persons reunited around a central topic, and making the most absurd decisions, is a bit of an exageration. Anyway, as fiction goes, anything is possible. Entertaining, agile, easy to read.