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    Read by Christopher RavenscroftTotal Runtime 10 Hours 56 Mins Description Black residents are highly visible in a small Eng

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    British mysteries are just so different from their US counterparts no? This one was uite interesting An investigator thinking deeply about race and racism confronting his own takn for granted racist thought patterns trying to strike a balance between avoiding stereotype and ignoring race Can't say without spoilin

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    Simisola is the 16th book in author Ruth Rendell's Inspector Reginald Wexford series published in 1994 This one is eual parts introspection on the part of Wexford and criminal investigation into crimes involving Black victimsSome others who have reviewed this story were disappointed with the social commentary that the author made central to t

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    When Wexford's doctor's daughter goes missing Wexford is fast on the case The twist is that his doctor happens to be one of the few black people in the British town of Kingsmarkham While looking for the missing woman the bod

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    Like I mentioned before that book on women crime writers made me want to read crime and so I did Simisola was one of the books analysed and it sounded really interesting so I picked it up It's an Inspector Wexford mystery to be specific it's a police procedural but I think it can be read as a standalone As for

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    Another great Wexford book from RR Wexford is confronted with his own racism and shuttered opinion despite considering himself fairly enlightened His reflections on race the changing 'face' of Britain and racism ma

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    As always Rendell has written a superb mystery this one about Wexford trying to determine what has become of his doctor's daughter who has gone missing Rendell also takes on very elouently race racism and social class in this book Not much has changed apparently in the nearly 25 years since it was published

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    A real Ruth Rendell mystery with the story starting with a missing girl which develops into a murder investigation of another girl with the only link The Benefit Office Chief Inspector Wexford is in charge of the case which is filled with mystery and tension Kept me engaged and stimulated trying to link all the clues to solve the murder mystery with surprises along the way

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    Actual rating 35This book was intended for my Mystery Fiction class but the professor was unable to find an easy way to procure copie

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    An hour later if he had been asked to give a resume of what she had said he couldn't have recalled a word of it And at the time he was aware that she had that great gift on which so many politicians have founded their succ

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Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Ruth Rendell

The sixteenth book to feature the classic crime solving detective Chief Inspector WexfordWhen a young black woman goes missing in Kingsmarkham Wexford must respond to a test not only of his powers of deduction but of his basic beliefs and prejudicesOnly eighteen. British mysteries are just so different from their US counterparts no This one was uite interesting An investigator thinking deeply about race and racism confronting his own takn for granted racist thought patterns trying to strike a balance between avoiding stereotype and ignoring race Can t say without spoiling things for others The Chestnut Man eighteen. British mysteries are just so different from their US counterparts no This one was uite interesting An investigator thinking deeply about race and racism confronting his own takn for granted racist thought patterns trying to strike a balance between avoiding stereotype and ignoring race Can t say without spoiling things for others

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Disappeared somewhere between the Benefit Office and the bus stop Or at least no one saw her get on the bus when it cameWhen the body of a young black woman is discovered Wexford must overcome his underlying prejudices to allow his investigative skills to succeed. A real Ruth Rendell mystery with the story starting with a missing girl which develops into a murder investigation of another girl with the only link The Benefit Office Chief Inspector Wexford is in charge of the case which is filled with mystery and tension Kept me engaged and stimulated trying to link all the clues to solve the murder mystery with surprises along the way Identity engaged and stimulated trying to link all the clues to solve the murder mystery with surprises along the way

Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô Ruth Rendell

Black people live in Kingsmarkham One of them is Wexford's new doctor Raymond Akande When the doctor's daughter Melanie goes missing the Chief Inspector takes than just a professional interest in the caseMelanie just down from university but unable to find a job. Another great Wexford book from RR Wexford is confronted with his own racism and shuttered opinion despite considering himself fairly enlightened His reflections on race the changing face of Britain and racism make for thought provoking reading and sadly in many ways it s all too relevant still Contrasting to this is a commentary on what has been seen as an increasing welfare state particularly with relevance to small affluent and predominantly white rural communities Some weighty themes and a lot of time is spent on them making for a complex read There s also some further character development especially around Reg and the relationships he has with his daughtersThe mystery itself is intriguing and has a fairly unexpected denouement so much so that I couldn t actually recall the guilty party at first thankfully Wexford provides a recap A lot goes on and I have to admit that my audiobook listening may have been distracted at times Still the audiobook version I read was narrated by Christopher Ravenscroft Burden himself He does an excellent job and I wish he narrated of them as he s far natural and expressive than the usual guyMaybe one I ll come back to one day when I m less distracted to pick apart the details