Ruth Rendell: Chilling Tales From The Queen Of Crime
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Made a Life Peer in 1997 for her contribution to British literature, Ruth Rendell has been described by Ian Rankin as ‘probably the greatest living crime writer in the world.’ We are thrilled to welcome her back to discuss her latest novel, The Saint Zita Society. It’s a chilling story of an oddball gardener who begins to behave very oddly indeed. Part of Edinburgh International Book Festival
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