Barbara Vine

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Barbara Vine is Ruth Rendell. A DARK-ADAPTED EYE won the Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award. Ruth Rendell sits in the House of Lords as a Labour peer. She lives in Maida Vale, London.

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THE MINOTAUR

2005

Penguin

In Barbara Vine`s new book, her twelfth, a sympathetic middle-aged Swedish woman remembers her strange and horrifying stay at an old Essex house almost forty years before, at a time when the sixties revolution hadn`t quite reached rural England. Compelling in its depiction of the secrets within an apparently respectable family. THE MINOTAUR is Barbara Vine on top form.

BLOOD DOCTOR

2002

Penguin

IN THE TIME OF HIS PROSPERITY

1997

Penguin

THE CHIMNEY SWEEPER'S BOY

1998

Penguin

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THE BRIMSTONE WEDDING

1996

Penguin

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THE HOUSE OF STAIRS

1989

Penguin

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KING SOLOMON'S CARPET

1991

Penguin

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GALLOWGLASS

1990

Penguin

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ASTA'S BOOK

1993

Penguin

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A FATAL INVERSION

1987

Penguin

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A DARK-ADAPTED EYE

1986

Penguin

Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award
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NO NIGHT IS TOO LONG

1994

Penguin

GRASSHOPPER

2000

Penguin

Deals with a group of young people with a passion for heights. After reading it you will become obsessed with the roofscape of London.
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