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Ruth Rendell (1930–2015)

Author of From Doon with Death

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About the Author

Ruth Rendell (1930-2015) Ruth Rendell was born in Essex, England on February 17, 1930. She was educated at Loughton County High School. Rendell began her career as a journalist. She wrote six novels before sending her work in to a publisher. She writes crime novels and psychological thrillers, and show more is best known for her Inspector Wexford books. Rendell also writes under the pseudonym Barbara Vine. Rendell has received many awards for her writing, including the Silver, Gold, and Cartier Diamond Daggers from the Crime Writers' Association, three Edgars from the Mystery Writers of America, The Arts Council National Book Awards, and The Sunday Times Literary Award. She is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Many of her titles have been made into films and made-for-tv movies. Rendell died on May 2, 2015. She was 85 years old. (Bowker Author Biography) show less
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Series

Works by Ruth Rendell

From Doon with Death (1964) 1,317 copies
A Dark-Adapted Eye (1986) 1,228 copies
The Babes in the Wood (2002) 1,044 copies
A Judgement in Stone (1977) 1,043 copies
A Sight for Sore Eyes (2000) 1,041 copies
End in Tears (2005) 1,022 copies
The Chimney Sweeper's Boy (1998) 987 copies
Road Rage (1997) 969 copies
Harm Done (1999) 963 copies
13 Steps Down (2004) 932 copies
The Water's Lovely (2006) 925 copies
Simisola (1994) 922 copies
The Rottweiler (2003) 903 copies
Not in the Flesh (2007) 897 copies
An Unkindness of Ravens (1985) 889 copies
Asta's Book (1993) 887 copies
The Crocodile Bird (1993) 865 copies
Adam and Eve and Pinch Me (2002) 844 copies
The Keys to the Street (1996) 832 copies
A Fatal Inversion (1987) 755 copies
The Minotaur (2005) 743 copies
The Monster in the Box (2009) 730 copies
The Veiled One (1988) 726 copies
Portobello (2008) 722 copies
Wolf to the Slaughter (1967) 715 copies
The Brimstone Wedding (1995) 702 copies
A New Lease of Death (1967) 689 copies
The Best Man to Die (1969) 680 copies
The Blood Doctor (2002) 670 copies
Put On By Cunning (1981) 669 copies
A Guilty Thing Surprised (1970) 644 copies
The House of Stairs (1988) 623 copies
Shake Hands Forever (1975) 622 copies
Some Lie and Some Die (1973) 620 copies
The Bridesmaid (1989) 611 copies
A Sleeping Life (1978) 609 copies
Murder Being Once Done (1972) 603 copies
The Vault (2011) 602 copies
Grasshopper (2000) 587 copies
No More Dying Then (1971) 579 copies
The Speaker of Mandarin (1983) 571 copies
No Night is Too Long (1994) 531 copies
King Solomon's Carpet (1991) 516 copies
Live Flesh (1985) 492 copies
The Tree of Hands (1984) 481 copies
A Demon in My View (1976) 471 copies
Tigerlily's Orchids (2010) 470 copies
The Birthday Present (2008) 468 copies
Going Wrong (1990) 465 copies
The Girl Next Door (2014) 457 copies
Talking to Strange Men (1987) 441 copies
No Man's Nightingale (2013) 433 copies
Master of the Moor (1982) 420 copies
Gallowglass (1990) 412 copies
The Killing Doll (1984) 411 copies
The St. Zita Society (2012) 410 copies
The Lake of Darkness (1980) 395 copies
One Across, Two Down (1971) 387 copies
Dark Corners (2015) 377 copies
The Child's Child (2012) 340 copies
Make Death Love Me (1979) 290 copies
To Fear a Painted Devil (1965) 283 copies
The Face of Trespass (1974) 267 copies
The Secret House of Death (1968) 263 copies
Vanity Dies Hard (1966) 263 copies
Heartstones (1987) 207 copies
Collected stories (1987) 159 copies
The Thief (1600) 97 copies
Achilles Heel [short story] (1992) 22 copies
Ruth Rendell's Suffolk (1989) 19 copies
The Strawberry Tree (1998) 18 copies
OBRAS SELECTAS (1983) 13 copies
Classic Crime Short Stories (2001) — Contributor — 13 copies
Harm Done/Going Wrong (2005) 9 copies
Fall of the Coin (2000) 7 copies
Asta's Book [abridged - audio] (2000) — Author — 7 copies
Verhalenomnibus (2001) 7 copies
A Bad Heart (1993) 5 copies
A muhler com véu (2000) 4 copies
L'inspecteur Wexford (1992) 3 copies
RUTH RENDELL. Tome 3 (1994) 3 copies
Fünfundzwanzig Karat (1994) 3 copies
Archie and Archie (2013) 3 copies
Ruth Rendell omnibus. [6] (1996) 3 copies
Un parfum bleu sombre (1986) 3 copies
El pájaro del cocodrilo (2002) 2 copies
TENTATIA 2 copies
El rostro de la traición (2001) 2 copies
Vaidade Fatal 2 copies
Naabritüdruk (2015) 2 copies
Detective omnibus (1985) 2 copies
Loopy (2012) 2 copies
Killing You Softly (2000) 2 copies
Vault, The 2 copies
Au nom du père 2 copies
Mandarínův mluvčí (1995) 1 copy
Wolfchen 1 copy
Casi humanos 1 copy
Falsa identidad (2001) 1 copy
Livro de Asta, O (2001) 1 copy
Two Wexford stories (2000) 1 copy
Crime Stories (2000) 1 copy
Der Pfeifer (2008) 1 copy
Ο βιαστής (1994) 1 copy
Heart Stones 1 copy
L'homme à la tortue (2022) 1 copy
MORTS CROISEES (1993) 1 copy
Rendell Ruth 1 copy
Harm Done (2000) 1 copy
Deemon mu silme all (2021) 1 copy
Fausse route. (1993) 1 copy
Las Llaves De La Calle (1999) 1 copy

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The Complete Sherlock Holmes: All 4 Novels and 56 Short Stories (1887) — Foreword, some editions — 12,447 copies
Doctor Thorne (1858) — Introduction, some editions — 2,068 copies
The Princes in the Tower (1992) — Foreword — 2,024 copies
I Shudder at Your Touch (1991) — Contributor; Contributor — 544 copies
English Country House Murders (1989) — Contributor — 476 copies
The Oxford Book of English Detective Stories (1990) — Contributor — 399 copies
Christmas Days: 12 Stories and 12 Feasts for 12 Days (2016) — Contributor — 359 copies
The Mammoth Book of Haunted House Stories (2000) — Contributor — 293 copies
A Moment on the Edge: 100 Years of Crime Stories by Women (2000) — Contributor — 263 copies
Women on the Case (1996) — Contributor — 206 copies
The Pleasure of Reading (1992) — Contributor — 188 copies
Masterpieces of Mystery and Suspense (1988) — Contributor — 187 copies
A Century of Great Suspense Stories (2001) — Contributor — 152 copies
The Virago Book of Ghost Stories (2006) — Contributor — 138 copies
London After Midnight : A Tour of Its Criminal Haunts (1996) — Contributor — 135 copies
Mystery Cats: Feline Felonies (1991) — Contributor — 132 copies
Little Deaths (1995) — Contributor — 130 copies
Women of Mystery (1992) — Contributor — 124 copies
Mistresses of the Dark [Anthology] (1998) — Contributor — 121 copies
A New Omnibus of Crime (1771) — Contributor — 96 copies
The Brave Little Goat of Monsieur Seguin (1866) — Contributor — 78 copies
Midsummer Nights (1702) — Contributor — 73 copies
The Mammoth Book of Twentieth-Century Ghost Stories (1998) — Contributor — 73 copies
Fifty Best Mysteries (1991) — Contributor — 71 copies
1st Culprit: A Crime Writers' Association Annual (1992) — Contributor — 58 copies
A Century of British Mystery and Suspense (2000) — Contributor — 57 copies
Lethal Kisses: 18 Tales of Sex, Horror, and Revenge (1996) — Contributor, some editions — 54 copies
The Penguin Classic Crime Omnibus (1984) — Contributor — 54 copies
Revenge: Short Stories by Women Writers (1986) — Contributor — 49 copies
Live Flesh [1997 film] (1997) — Original book — 42 copies
3rd Culprit: An Annual of Crime Stories (1994) — Contributor — 41 copies
Tales from the Dead of Night (2013) — Contributor — 40 copies
Murder on the Railways (1996) — Contributor — 40 copies
Murder in Midsummer (2019) — Contributor — 36 copies
Haunting Women (1988) — Contributor — 36 copies
Murder in Midwinter (2020) — Contributor — 34 copies
Mysterious Pleasures (2003) — Contributor — 34 copies
A Century of Mystery 1980-1989 (1997) — Contributor — 33 copies
The Vintage Book of Classic Crime (1993) — Contributor — 33 copies
Murder Intercontinental (1996) — Contributor — 30 copies
A Warning to the Curious and Other Ghost Stories (1925) — Introduction, some editions — 29 copies
Great Law and Order Stories (1990) — Contributor — 29 copies
Murder Takes a Holiday (2020) — Contributor — 28 copies
Murder Short & Sweet (2008) — Contributor — 28 copies
Mysterious Erotic Tales (1996) — Contributor — 27 copies
Murder Most Delectable: Savory Tales of Culinary Crimes (2000) — Contributor — 26 copies
Women of Mystery - Book 3 (1998) 24 copies
Women Write Murder (1987) — Contributor — 24 copies
The New Roger Caras Treasury of Great Cat Stories (1997) — Contributor — 24 copies
Crème de la Crime (2000) — Contributor — 23 copies
Crossing the Border (1998) — Contributor — 21 copies
Murder for Mother (1994) — Contributor — 20 copies
Great detective stories (1998) — Contributor — 20 copies
The Mammoth Book of Movie Detectives and Screen Crimes (1998) — Contributor — 20 copies
La Cérémonie [1995 film] (1995) — Original book — 19 copies
Deadlier: 100 of the Best Crime Stories Written by Women (2017) — Contributor — 19 copies
Unforgettable Ghost Stories by Women Writers (2008) — Contributor — 19 copies
Green for Danger (2003) — Contributor — 16 copies
Good Housekeeping Short Story Collection (1997) — Contributor — 15 copies
A Feast of Stories (1996) — Contributor — 14 copies
The Man Who ... (1992) — Contributor — 13 copies
A Distant Cry: Stories from East Anglia (2002) — Contributor — 12 copies
Crime After Crime (1998) — Contributor — 12 copies
Harde liefde de ruigste verhalen uit de wereldliteratuur (1994) — Contributor — 12 copies
Prime Suspects (1987) — Contributor — 11 copies
The New Edgar Winners: The Mystery Writers of America (1990) — Contributor — 10 copies
Damas del crimen (1998) — Contributor — 9 copies
Crime in the City (2004) — Contributor — 9 copies
The Penguin Book of Crime Stories, Volume II (2010) — Contributor — 9 copies
La Demoiselle d'honneur [2004 film] (2005) — Original novel — 9 copies
The Year's Best Mystery and Suspense Stories, 1983 (1983) — Contributor — 8 copies
Dangerous Ladies (1992) — Contributor — 8 copies
Best Detective Stories of the Year - 1979 (1979) — Contributor — 7 copies
The Year's Best Mystery and Suspense Stories, 1990 (1990) — Contributor — 7 copies
Best Detective Stories of the Year - 1977 (1977) — Contributor — 7 copies
Waterstone's Autumn Book Sampler (2004) — Contributor — 7 copies
Scenes of Crime (2000) — Contributor — 6 copies
Winter's Crimes 9 (1977) — Contributor — 6 copies
John Creasey's Crime Collection, 1987 (1987) — Contributor — 5 copies
Best Detective Stories 1981 (1981) — Contributor — 5 copies
Den kriminelle novelle (1999) — Author, some editions — 5 copies
John Creasey's Crime Collection, 1989 (1989) — Contributor — 5 copies
Short Stories: The Thoroughly Modern Collection (2008) — Contributor — 5 copies
Perfectly Criminal 2: Whydunit? (1997) — Contributor — 4 copies
London After Midnight: A Conducted Tour, Part 1 (1996) — Contributor — 4 copies
Huivering wekken : 26 onthutsende verhalen (1982) — Contributor — 4 copies
A New Lease of Death [retold by John Escott] (2012) — Original Author — 4 copies
Past Crimes: Perfectly Criminal 3 (1998) — Contributor — 4 copies
Mørkets gjerninger : 21 hårreisende kriminalhistorier (2001) — Contributor — 3 copies
Winter's Crimes 7 (1975) — Contributor — 3 copies
Best Detective Stories 1980 (1980) — Contributor — 3 copies
Οι κυρίες του τρόμου (1994) — Contributor — 2 copies
Horrifying and Hideous Hauntings (1986) — Contributor — 2 copies
John Creasey's Crime Collection, 1980 (1980) — Contributor — 2 copies
Missing Persons (1999) — Contributor — 2 copies
Die 7 Todsünden (2007) — Contributor — 1 copy
Gallowglass [1993 TV series] — Original book — 1 copy
De Beste Verhalen van 2017 — Contributor — 1 copy
Murder Most British [abridged audio] — Contributor — 1 copy
Appendici in giallo 1 (racconti) — Contributor — 1 copy
[Anthologie de nouvelles anglaises] (2001) — Contributor — 1 copy

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Common Knowledge

Legal name
Rendell, Ruth Barbara, Baroness Rendell of Babergh
Other names
Vine, Barbara
Birthdate
1930-02-17
Date of death
2015-05-02
Burial location
St. Bartholomew's Churchyard Groton, Babergh District, Suffolk, England
Gender
female
Nationality
UK
Country (for map)
England, UK
Birthplace
South Woodford, London, England, UK
Place of death
London, England, UK
Cause of death
complications of a stroke
Places of residence
London, England, UK
Groton, Suffolk, England, UK
Polstead, Suffolk, England, UK
Loughton, Essex, England, UK
Education
County High School, Loughton, Essex, England, UK
Occupations
journalist
Member of the House of Lords (Labour)
author
writer
novelist
Organizations
Detection Club
Awards and honors
MWA Grand Master (1997)
Order of the British Empire ( [1996])
Cartier Diamond Dagger (1991)
Life Peerage (1997)
Gumshoe Award ( [2004])
Sunday Times Award for Literary Excellence (1990) (show all 8)
Rivertonprisen ( [1991])
Blue Plaque
Agent
Charles Walker (United Agents)
Short biography
Ruth Barbara Rendell, née Grasemann, was the only child of two schoolteachers. She got her first job as a reporter for a South Woodford newspaper and married her boss, editor Don Rendell, at age 20. The couple had one son. She published her first novel, From Doon with Death, in 1964. Ms. Rendell was a prolific writer of police procedurals and psychological suspense/crime novels exploring such themes as romantic obsession, family secrets, miscommunication, and the impact of chance and coincidence. After years of writing such critically acclaimed works and receiving many awards, in 1986 she created the pseudonym Barbara Vine. The Barbara Vine novels are more oblique and have a recurring theme of consequences from events that occurred in the past. She was made a life peer as Baroness Rendell of Babergh in 1997.

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More Kidnapping, but with no Wexford Laws
Review of the Audible Studios audiobook edition (May 4, 2009) narrated by Nigel Anthony, of the original hardcover from Hutchinson (UK) (September, 1999)

Harm Done contains further kidnappings, as did the previous Wexford novel Road Rage (1997) in which Dora Wexford was one of the kidnapped. As opposed to the activists involved in the earlier book, the motives are more obscure this time out. It becomes even more bizarre when two of the victims reappear, mostly unharmed, but refuse to say where they've been or give confusing answers. Then a much younger child disappears and the motive may be something completely different. Eventually there are murders as well, but the main mystery of the book involves the abductions.

See cover at https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/...
The front cover of the original Hutchinson (UK) 1999 hardcover. Image sourced from Goodreads.

I wasn't very engaged with this novel. There weren't even any quotable passages that struck my attention. When the reasons for the earlier abductions becomes clear, it just seems too bizarre and rather sad. The motive for the child abduction is more disturbing but is resolved in a manner that doesn't quite satisfy.

This was Wexford #18 in the series of 24 novels. I had previously skipped over #15 to #18 as they were proving difficult to source. No convenient Kindle eBooks exist and the Toronto Public Library online search & hold system was struck down in October 2023 (which is still ongoing, but the latest update is that they hope to restore online holds in February 2024) by a ransomware attack (rumoured to be Russian based) which prevents you from locating and placing books on hold throughout the system (short of physically going around Toronto to each branch personally and searching the shelves by hand). I've decided to complete my Wexford/Rendell binge by sourcing the audiobooks which are not ideal as I am also trying to spot Wexford's personal Laws and Rules along the way. Listening on audio might cause me to miss them.

The narration by Nigel Anthony was excellent in all voices in this edition. Anthony was excellent at mimicking the deep-voice gravitas and the West Country burr of actor George Baker (who played Chief Inspector Wexford in the TV series).

Wexford's Laws
There were no Wexford's Laws mentioned in this book.

Trivia and Links
Harm Done was adapted for television as part of the Ruth Rendell / Inspector Wexford Mysteries TV series (1987-2000) as Season 12 Episode 1 in 2000 with actor George Baker as Chief Inspector Wexford. It was the final episode of the TV series. I could not find a free posting of it online. Here in Canada it is available on the Britbox streaming service.
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alanteder | 20 other reviews | Feb 12, 2024 |
The topic was certainly interesting and the book makes an attempt to thread the current age with the past, but the pacing is completely off. The book trudges along so slowly that it's hard to maintain an interest. A number of themes are very deliberately and unnecessarily repeated (blood blood blood!), every attractive female apparently resembles the narrator's wife, and a huge number of characters and names make it hard to keep up at times. If you are observant it isn't difficult to figure out the big reveal about a quarter of the way through the book.

If the story had been told in about half the length, it would have been great. As it stands, The Blood Doctor requires some patience to get through.

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littoface | 20 other reviews | Feb 2, 2024 |
Dora Kidnapped (with no Wexford Law, but a Dora Axiom)
Review of the Audible Studios audiobook edition (May 4, 2009) narrated by Nigel Anthony, of the original hardcover from Hutchinson (UK) (December 12, 1997)

“I don’t want to remember it in a way because it’s so—well, isn’t it awful in our society, the way people with morals and high ideals and courage get labeled as subversive and terrorists? The way that happens and other people who never did a thing in their lives for peace or the environment or against cruelty, they’re the ones that are respected?”


There is a major road works planned in Kingsmarkham with a highway by-pass construction. The residents are organizing to protest the disruption and destruction of the area wildlife and nature along with the possible loss to area business. Dora and Reg Wexford are sympathetic to the cause. But then some activists kidnap several local people and threaten to kill them if the highway construction is not stopped. Among the kidnap victims is Dora Wexford.

With few clues to go on, Wexford and his associates seek answers in order to save the victims, but then the first body turns up. Can the other victims be saved and will the culprits be brought to justice? There is a subplot of an earlier murder which eventually ties into the main plot. The Wexford daughters' subplot this time is at least a joyous one, as actress daughter Sheila gives birth to a grandchild for the Wexfords.

See cover at https://www.covertocover.uk.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/76889_6673958o.jpg
The front cover of the original Hutchinson (UK) 1997 hardcover. Image sourced from Cover to Cover.

This was Wexford #17 in the series of 24 novels. I had previously skipped over #15 to #18 as they were proving difficult to source. No convenient Kindle eBooks exist and the Toronto Public Library online search & hold system was struck down in October 2023 (which is still ongoing, but the latest update is that they hope to restore online holds in February 2024) by a ransomware attack (rumoured to be Russian based) which prevents you from locating and placing books on hold throughout the system (short of physically going around Toronto to each branch personally and searching the shelves by hand). I've decided to complete my Wexford/Rendell binge by sourcing the audiobooks which are not ideal as I am also trying to spot Wexford's personal Laws and Rules along the way. Listening on audio might cause me to miss them.

I can’t properly rate this on the Berengaria Ease of Solving Scale® as I already knew the culprits ahead of time, having watched the TV adaptation. I do think it might be a difficult solve otherwise though.

The narration by Nigel Anthony was excellent in all voices in this edition. As with Christopher Ravenscroft in the previous novel’s audiobook, Anthony was excellent at mimicking the deep-voice gravitas and the West Country burr of actor George Baker (who played Chief Inspector Wexford in the TV series).

Wexford's Laws
There were no Wexford's Laws mentioned in this book. But there was a new category of Dora’s Axioms.
“Most of the things you have worried about,” he said to Dora on the evening of September 1, “have never happened.”
“I know,” she said, “I taught you that axiom,” and as she spoke the phone rang.

There was one observation by Wexford which was the type of thing which might be considered a Wexford Law, but it was not labelled as such:
And as if following a stage direction on the same script, each reached out and they closed together in an embrace, they fell into each other’s arms.
Men would never do that, he thought. So much of awkwardness, of embarrassment, had been left out of women.


Trivia and Links
Road Rage was adapted for television as part of the Ruth Rendell / Inspector Wexford Mysteries TV series (1987-2000) as Season 11 Episodes 4 to 5 in 1998 with actor George Baker as Chief Inspector Wexford. There is a very faulty copy of Episode 5 (i.e. Part 2) available on YouTube here. Episode 4 is not posted, but it is recapped at the start. Otherwise, here in Canada it is available on the Britbox streaming service.
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alanteder | 11 other reviews | Feb 1, 2024 |
A good short read. Karma comes back around, and Polly experiences this the hard way. As revenge for making Polly feel bad, Polly steals. It originates when she was a child and she didn't like being told off, so she stole. As an adult, the consequences are a lot dire and truths are finally revealed.
 
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