Remembering Ruth Rendell

“I think about death every day - what it would be like, why it would happen to me. It would be humiliating to be afraid.” ~Ruth Rendell, Telegraph Interview, 2005

 
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Photo from The New York Times
At the age of 83, Ruth Rendell has passed away.  She was a prolific writer of mystery and crime novels.  She has written over 60 novels.  Ruth wrote under her own name as well as Barbara Vine.   Many of her novels feature her best-known protagonist, Chief Inspector Reginald Wexford.
Along with writing, Ms. Randall was active in the British Parliament.  In 1996 she was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire. Ms. Rendell joined the House of Lords for the Labour Party in 1997.
 
Check out novels by Ruth Rendell by visiting www.sccl.org.






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