The Babes in the Wood by Ruth Rendell Paperback Book

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Rent The Babes in the Wood

Author: Ruth Rendell

Format: Quality Paperback, Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Random House Inc

Published: Oct 2004

Genre: Fiction - Mystery & Detective - Traditional British

Retail Price: $14.95

Pages: 325

Synopsis

The mysterious disappearance of two local teenagers and their baby-sitter draws Inspector Wexford into a baffling case involving dark family secrets, violence, a religious cult, adultery, and murder. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

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