|Title:||From Doon with Death/a New Lease of Death|
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|Category:||Politics and Government|
The book could be better as it had more pictures. I think this book does not suit his level. To conclude:I found th I didn't really like the book because of the unlogical switches between the characters in the book. The book has good exercices and they aren't difficult to understand and make. The story is not to long but is very good and the notes about the story and the author are very helpfull because they contain background information which I think every book has to have some of those notes. The book could be better as it had more pictures
From Doon with Death was the debut novel of British writer Ruth Rendell, first published in 1964. The story was later made into a movie in 1988. The novel introduced her popular recurring character Inspector Wexford, who went on to feature in 24 of her novels. The police knew all about Margaret Parsons. She was a religious, old-fashioned and respectable woman, as unexciting and dependable as her marriage. But it wasn't her life that interested Wexford - it was her violent, passionate death.
A New Lease of Death (also published as Sins of the Father) by Ruth Rendell is the first book I’ve read, well listened to actually, in her Detective Wexford series. I’m not sure that it was the best choice of a first read in the series simply because Wexford seemed more of a secondary character; I have to assume that’s not usually the case. He seemed like an interesting man, gruff, but I didn’t really get much of a feel for him or his sidekick, Burden. The main character was a vicar, Henry Archery, whose son wants to marry a lovely young woman.
Ruth Rendell - A New Lease of Death (1967) Audiobook.
About book: With school starting back this week, and with me preparing for one new class and an overall overload, it took me a bit to get through this one. That isn't to say it's bad, just that I was dozing off mid-chapter and not remembering things I'd read. Going back a few pages and asking "did you read this?" isn't the most pleasant experience. And yet, I didn't really dig this one. OK, let me say that I didn't dig the first three-quarters.
A New Lease of Death is a novel by British writer Ruth Rendell, first published in 1967. It is the second entry in her popular Inspector Wexford series. The novel was titled Sins of the Fathers in the USA. Chief Inspector Wexford had every reason to remember the Painter case - it was the first murder he'd ever handled on his own. There had been no doubts about the case, until now. Someone wants the case reopened, and they want Wexford proved wrong.
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No current Talk conversations about this book. Great crime fiction in the best English tradition.
A New Lease of Death. 1. Hardcover – A hardcover or hardback book is one bound with rigid protective covers. It has a flexible, sewn spine which allows the book to lie flat on a surface when opened, following the ISBN sequence numbers, books of this type may be identified by the abbreviation Hbk. Hardcover books are printed on acid-free paper, and are much more durable than paperbacks. Hardcover books are more costly to manufacture. 2. From Doon with Death – From Doon with Death was the debut novel of British writer Ruth Rendell, first published in 1964. The story was made into a movie in 1988. The novel introduced her recurring character Inspector Wexford, who went on to feature in 24 of her novels.