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Book Description
First edition, 1985. Signed by the author to the title page. Hardback. 270pp. Dust jacket. Ravens are not particularly predatory birds, but neither are they soft and submissive. The collective noun for them is an ‘unkindness’. The raven is a symbol used by a feminist group, whose attitude to the opposite sex is anything but soft and submissive. Detective Chief Inspector Wexford thought he was only doing a neighbourly good deed when he agreed to talk to Joy Williams about her missing husband. He didn’t expect to be investigating a murder...
Author Rendell, Ruth
Date 1985
Binding Hardback
Publisher Hutchinson, London
Condition Book and jacket in near fine condition.
Pages 270

Price: £55.00

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