Description - Tree Of Hands by Ruth Rendell
Once, when Benet was about fourteen, she and her mother had been alone in a train carriage and Mopsa had tried to stab her with a carving knife. t was some time since Benet had seen her mad mother. So when Mopsa arrived at the airport, looking drab and colourless in a dowdy grey suit, Benet tried not to hate her. ut the tragic death of a child begins a chain of deception, kidnap and murder. omestic dramas exploding into deaths and murders Threads are drawn tightly together in a lethal last pattern.
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(178mm x 110mm x 17mm)
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Author Biography - Ruth Rendell
Ruth Rendell has written over 50 bestselling novels and has won many awards in the course of her career. In 1996 she was awarded the CBE, and in 1997 was made a Life Peer. She lives in London.