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Inspector Wexford
   was created by   
Ruth Rendell
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
A Fatal Inversion
1987 - Gold Dagger for Fiction. CWA Dagger of Daggers (best crime novel to have won the Gold Dagger award (shortlist))
Barbara Vine
   is a pen name of   
Ruth Rendell
Born Barbara (Ruth) Grasemann.
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
A Dark-Adapted Eye
1987 - Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
Live Flesh
1986. Gold Dagger for Fiction
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
From Doon With Death
1964. The first inspector Wexford novel
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
King Solomon's Carpet
1991. Gold Dagger for Fiction
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
A Demon in My View
1976. Gold Dagger for Fiction
Ruth Rendell
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
A Judgment in Stone (1986)
Based on the 1977 book
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
Means of Evil
Title story in a collection of stories featuring Inspector Wexford
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
The Beach Butler
From a collection entitled, Piranha to Scurfy
Live Flesh
   was written by   
Ruth Rendell
1986 Golden Dagger
A Demon in My View
   was written by   
Ruth Rendell
1976 Golden Dagger
The Tree of Hands
   was written by   
Ruth Rendell
1984 Silver Dagger
Put on by Cunning by Ruth Rendell
   was titled from the literary source   
Hamlet
William Shakespeare
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
The Fallen Curtain
From the collection by the same name
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
The Clinging Woman
From the collection, "The Fallen Curtain"
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
Computer Seance
From "Piranha to Scurfy"
Ruth Rendell
   wrote   
Walter's Leg
From 'Piranha to Scurfy"
Ruth Rendell
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
A Judgment in Stone (1986)
Based on the 1977 book
Ruth Rendell
   was an   
Author
English author of thrillers and psychological murder mysteries, best known for her creation of Chief Inspector Wexford






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