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The Fever Tree and Other Stories In This Collection Of Eleven Stories, Murder Is Committed For Reasons Of Fear, Jealously, Cupidity, And Out Of Sheer Compulsion, While The Settings Include An African Game Park, A Sinister Ruined Cemetery, An East Anglian Seaside Resort, And The Gloomy Purlieus Of Epping Forest

About the Author: Ruth Rendell

A.K.A Barbara VineRuth Barbara Rendell, Baroness Rendell of Babergh, CBE, who also wrote under the pseudonym Barbara Vine, was an acclaimed English crime writer, known for her many psychological thrillers and murder mysteries and above all for Inspector Wexford.

10 thoughts on “The Fever Tree and Other Stories

  1. says:

    I have quite a few Ruth Rendell and Barbara Vine books in my collection but I haven t read many of them I thoroughly enjoyed the unpredictable short stories in The Fever Tree , e

  2. says:

    A better collection than The Fallen Curtain,playful and engaging but still light years behind Celia Femlin s and Shirley Jackson t standards.All these stories have promising plots and c

  3. says:

    Just finished Loved this I love Ruth Rendell, especially The Crocodile Bird Don t care for her Inspector Wexford novels I don t like short stories, but these are magnificent I also adore Rende

  4. says:

    The short story The Fever Tree is one of the most perfect suspense stories ever written Ruth Rendell expertly guides the reader into worrying about future danger, and then pulls the rug out from unde

  5. says:

    4.5 starsThe fever tree 5The dreadful day of judgement 4A glowing future 5An outside interest 4A case of coincidence 3Thornapple 5May and June 4A needle for the devil 4Front seat 3Paintbox place 4The wrong

  6. says:

    A collection of short stories of varying standard, each with a twist at the end As with all tales with twist the most successful are the ones you don t guess Unfortunately the majority of the twists were obvious f

  7. says:

    Good twisty short story

  8. says:

    As usual, great stories by the mystery great Again a reread from years ago My paperback has yellowed, but still readable Rendell s plots are always difficult to figure As usual, great stories by the mystery great Again a reread

  9. says:

    short stories, some better than the others Really liked the story about the knitting nurse go figure

  10. says:

    I normally enjoy this author but I felt cheated by the underdeveloped characters It reminded me why I don t like short stories.

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