Not in the Flesh by Ruth Rendell
Not in the Flesh: Book summary and reviews of Not in the Flesh by Ruth Rendell
Not in the Flesh Summary
When the truffle-hunting dog starts to dig furiously, his masters first reaction is delight at the size of the clump the dog has unearthed: at the going rate, this one truffle might be worth several hundred pounds. Then the dirt falls away to reveal not a precious mushroom but the bones and tendons of what is clearly a human hand.
Not in the Flesh Reviews
"Not quite as compelling in tone as some of Rendell's other works but complex enough to satisfy any mystery fan. Recommended for all public libraries." - Library Journal.
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Ruth Rendell Author Biography
Ruth Rendell has been awarded three Edgars for best novel by the Mystery Writers
of America, as well as the Grand Master Award. In England, the Crime Writers'
Association has honored her with two Gold Dagger awards for best novel, a Silver
Dagger, and a Diamond Dagger for outstanding contribution to the genre. She
lives in London.
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