The Chimney Sweeper's Boy

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Product Details

Price
$21.99
Publisher
Washington Square Press
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.9 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781416531937

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About the Author

Barbara Vine is a pseudonym for Ruth Rendell (1930-2015), who won numerous awards, including three Edgars, the highest accolade from Mystery Writers of America, as well as three Gold Daggers, a Silver Dagger, and a Diamond Dagger for outstanding contribution to the genre from England's prestigious Crime Writer's Association. She was the author of numerous mystery thriller novels, including the Inspector Wexford series, Dark Corners, and The Child's Child.

Reviews

Joyce Carol Oates "The New York Times Book Review" One of the finest practitioners of her craft in the English-speaking world.
Patricia CornwellUnequivocally the most brilliant mystery novelist of our times.
Joyce Carol Oates"The New York Times Book Review"One of the finest practitioners of her craft in the English-speaking world.
"Entertainment Weekly"As [a] tantalizing puzzle unravels...the book delivers the oft-discounted pleasures of the page-turner.
P.D. JamesBarbara Vine has transcended her genre by her remarkable imaginative power to explore and illuminate the dark corners of the human psyche.
Patricia CornwellHer stories are a lesson in a human nature as capable of the most exotic love as it is of the cruelest murder. She does not avert her gaze...she magnificently triumphs in a style that is uniquely hers and mesmerizing.
Patricia Cornwell Her stories are a lesson in a human nature as capable of the most exotic love as it is of the cruelest murder. She does not avert her gaze...she magnificently triumphs in a style that is uniquely hers and mesmerizing.
"Kirkus Reviews" [A] richly textured suspenser...Vine at her most weblike.
"Time" When Ruth Rendell, already the best mystery writer in the English-speaking world, launched a second byline, Barbara Vine, she actually stepped up her writing level.
Scott Turow She is a writer whose work should be read by anyone who enjoys a brilliant mystery -- or distinguished literature.
P.D. James Barbara Vine has transcended her genre by her remarkable imaginative power to explore and illuminate the dark corners of the human psyche.
"Entertainment Weekly" As [a] tantalizing puzzle unravels...the book delivers the oft-discounted pleasures of the page-turner.
Amazon.com Riveting...Vine proves herself the equal of her alter ego and a master of the psychological thriller....[A] distinguished literary mystery.
Patricia Cornwell Unequivocally the most brilliant mystery novelist of our times.