From the author of SIMISOLA, a novel featuring Chief Inspector Wexford, whose wife allies herself to a protest movement when a by-pass is planned for Kingsmarkham, but the plot thickens when the lifeless body of a young woman is discovered, and people go missing, including his wife.
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Nobody has a better ear for the whine of the unloved and underappreciated than Ruth Rendell. Early in this Inspector Wexford adventure, a young woman who was bound and gagged during a robbery demands victim counseling; not long after, families of some people taken hostage quickly cluster themselves into a support group. The titular "road rage" is equally timely and politically correct: protestors have gathered from around the world to stop, by whatever means they can, a new motorway that will cut through some of the woods surrounding Wexford's fictional but endearing village of Kingsmarkham.From the Publisher:
Ruth Rendell is, unequivocally, the most brilliant mystery novelist of our time."
The sleights of hand are dazzling, the inventiveness amazing...Road Rage is the strongest Wexford ever."
-The Hamilton Spectator
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Book Description Trafalgar Square, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0091792304