Thirteen Steps Down
|Thirteen Steps Down|
1st edition (UK)
|Genre||Crime, Mystery novel|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|Dewey Decimal||823/.914 22|
|LC Classification||PR6068.E63 T47 2004b|
Its publication in the UK marked Rendell's 40th anniversary of being published, and all hardcover copies of the book had a special promotional notice on the cover celebrating this.
Mix Cellini is a lonely, maladjusted young man who works for a company that repairs exercise equipment, and lives in the upstairs apartment of an old Victorian house on Notting Hill. While his reclusive landlady, Gwendoline Chawcer, spends her time reading and pondering lost loves, Mix grows dangerously obsessed with serial killer John Christie and a local model, Nerissa Nash, despite the fact that she hardly even acknowledges his existence.
- Review of Thirteen Steps Down
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