By Ruth Rendell
Leader Inspector Wexford unearths not anything strange within the disappearance of Rodney Williams, a husband and father who most probably has run off with one other girl. but if the man's vehicle and suitcase are came across deserted, can a physique be a long way in the back of? Confounded by means of a string of violent stabbings, a strident schoolgirl clique, and the likely placid domesticity of his acquaintances, Wexford's detective instincts needs to take flight in an effort to convey down a murderer.
With a willing wit or even sharper plot, Rendell weaves a suspenseful internet of ever-tangling secrets and techniques, double-crosses, and double-lives.
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