Wolf to the Slaughter
The third Wexford novel published by John Long in 1967
Anita Margolis has vanished. Dark and exquisite, Anita’s character is as mysterious as her disappearance. But with no body and no apparent crime, seemingly there’s nothing to be investigated.
Until Wexford receives an anonymous note claiming ‘a girl called Ann’ was killed the very night Anita disappeared.
- Adapted for TV in 1987.
Contemporary Reads 2
P.D. James - Unnatural Causes
Agatha Christie - Endless Night
Alistair Maclean - Where Eagles Dare
Ira Levin - Rosemary’s Baby
Gabriel García Márquez - One Hundred Years of Solitude
Milan Kundera - The Joke
No one can equal Ruth Rendell’s range or accomplishment. The Guardian 2015. ↩︎
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