No More Dying Then
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First edition (UK)
|Series||Inspector Wexford #6|
|Genre||Crime, Mystery novel|
The Crime Club (US)
|4 October 1971|
|Media type||Print (hardback & paperback)|
|Preceded by||A Guilty Thing Surprised|
|Followed by||Murder Being Once Done|
No More Dying Then is a novel by the British crime-writer Ruth Rendell. It was first published in 1971, and is the sixth title in her popular Inspector Wexford series. The Independent Mystery Booksellers Association listed the book as one of its 100 Favourite Crime Novels of the Century.
On a stormy February afternoon, little Stella Rivers disappears and is never seen again. Then, on a warm October day, five-year-old John Lawrence fails to come home, and evil, mad, taunting letters begin, which make the worst, unspoken imaginings a brutal reality.
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