The Veiled One : (A Wexford Case)

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Murder and mystery in a shopping center.

"The Veiled One" is a classic crime novel that will leave readers guessing until the very end. Ruth Rendell masterfully weaves a tale of murder and mystery in an unlikely setting - a shopping center car park. Chief Inspector Wexford is too preoccupied to notice anything out of the ordinary, but when he learns of the attack on a woman, he dives headfirst into the investigation. This book is a must-read for fans of classic crime novels and anyone who enjoys a good whodunit.

The Veiled One : (A Wexford Case)

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ISBN: 9780099602804
Estimated First-hand Retail Price: $26.80
Authors: Ruth Rendell
Publisher: Arrow
Date of Publication: 1994-01-01
Format: Paperback
Goodreads rating: 3.88
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The fourteenth book to feature the classic crime-solving detective, Chief Inspector Wexford.Concealed by a shroud of dirty brown velvet, looking like a heap of rags, the woman's dead body lay between a silver Escort and a dark-blue Lancia.In the desolate shopping centre car park, Wexford has been too preoccupied to notice anything out of the ordinary - only the teenage girl in the red car, driving past him rather too fast. It was Burden who called him at home with the grim news later that the woman had been attacked from behind, perhaps with a thin length of wire.But before Wexford can delve any deeper into this curious murder, he, too, faces death... Can Burden solve this mysterious crime without the help of his worldly Chief Inspector
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Murder and mystery in a shopping center.

"The Veiled One" is a classic crime novel that will leave readers guessing until the very end. Ruth Rendell masterfully weaves a tale of murder and mystery in an unlikely setting - a shopping center car park. Chief Inspector Wexford is too preoccupied to notice anything out of the ordinary, but when he learns of the attack on a woman, he dives headfirst into the investigation. This book is a must-read for fans of classic crime novels and anyone who enjoys a good whodunit.