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Rendell signs copies of new crime thriller
11:00am Saturday 21st September 2013 in News
Crime writer Ruth Rendell introduced her 24th novel in the Wexford series at the Blenheim Palace Literary Festival at Woodstock yesterday.
The new novel, No Man’s Nightingale, tells the story of a retired detective chief inspector who is called in to help with the case of an unpopular reverend found strangled in the vicarage.
She was asked about her latest work, her career and what makes her write by an audience at St Mary Magdalene Church in Woodstock.
Baroness Rendell said: “Everyone seemed to like it. People applauded and bought books and I signed them. It was good. St Mary Magdalene Church was a bit cold but it was very nice.”
The literary festival finishes tomorrow.
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