Simisola (Ldp Policiers) by Ruth Rendell (1997-10-23)

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    • The international touch continued in a humorous way when Wexford $s grandson kept on saying 'no problem' in various languages

    • Although I've only read half a dozen of Rendell's books, I'm a fan. Her stories are well-plotted, with engaging characters and compelling mysteries. Best of all, she can be spooky, just on the edge of the grid. This was the first of her Wexford books that left me underwhelmed. It seemed to be driven by a rather predictable investigation of attitudes about race (and, to some extent, gender), and the dated politics of the book (in which characters have to come to terms with their own racism, burie [...]

    • In the mid 1990's, Inspector Wexford finds himself immersed in a case that starts out innocently enough as a missing person's case. His doctor's daughter is missing. Then, a social worker's body is found. Are the two connected? Is the missing girl still alive and, if she is (or isn't), where is she? Another body is found. Are the three cases connected? How? Why?What a wonderful who-done-it! This tale, filled with mystery and intrigue, twists and turns and then twists again. You figure it out and [...]

    • I could not put the book down. Rendell develops such wonderful characters to interact with Detectives Wexford and Burden. These stories show the darkest sides of mankind and the most moral ones. You don't feel preached to, though. You are just glad there are those who do the right thing and right the wrongs.

    • As is usual with Rendell, there is more to the book than simply the lead story. In "Simisola", we learn a great deal about present-day England, with the stresses brought about by hard economic times complicated by the presence of immigrants who strain the systems and tax the self-image of the English. Inspector Wexford is presented with a series of complex human situations involving not only the absence of jobs but the presence of racial and social prejudices by which ever-thoughtful Wexford i [...]

    • I really enjoyed this story as it dealt with issues relating to racial perceptions in a small English village. Also dealt with unemployment and the effect it has on a community. Ms Rendell always includes interesting human aspects in her stories. You have to read more than one chapter at a time - otherwise you will lose the thread - as the names of all the people in the story do become confusing.This is a perfect book to read on a wet and cold evening , in front of a fire. I do recommend it to a [...]

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