Blog Posts - Ruth Rendell



A farewell to the great Ruth Rendell

Certain people, it sometimes seems, will always be there. Never in your life will there be a time when they do not live, do not exist. They will just always be. For me, Ruth Rendell, a brilliant British mystery writer, was one of those people. So, I...
by Jeblog on May 15, 2015

A Dark Adapted Eye ~ Barbara Vine

This month’s Caffeine and Chapters Book Club read is an Edgar Award Winning Novel.  Having never read any books from the list of winners I realised this was a genre I probably hadn’t tapped into.  I liked the sound of this title over al...
by Between The Lines on May 6, 2015

Encore – ITV's new channel

BROADCHURCH, last year's smash-hit drama starring David Tennant and Olivia Colman, is the marquee attraction on ITV's new subscription service Encore (launching Monday, 9 June).This will showcase ITV's best dramas of recent years, including crime sag...
by CrimeTimePreview on Jun 8, 2014

Ruth Rendell: The Fever Tree

Where malaria is, there grows the fever tree. It has the feathery fern-like leaves, fresh green and tender,that are common to so many trees in tropical regions.Its shape is graceful with an air of youth, as if every fever tree is still waiting to gro...

13 Steps Down on ITV1 starring Luke Treadaway PREVIEW

Luke Treadaway, Anna Calder-Marshall, Gemma Jones, Geraldine James. Pics: ITV Rating: ★★★★ ITV1: Wednesday, 8 August, 9pm Story: Mix is a trainer-wearing, fitness-machine repairman who has sex with bored rich women and fantasises about th...
by CrimeTimePreview on Aug 1, 2012

Line of Duty series 2, Sebastian Bergman novel, Ruth Rendell's Thirteen Steps Down on ITV1

• So, Line of Duty has been recommissioned for a second series, having concluded with the suicide of Lennie James' character DCI Tony Gates at the end of the five-parter. The Beeb's honchos are pleased with viewing figures of between three and four...
by CrimeTimePreview on Jul 26, 2012


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