Harm Done

Harm Done

Book - 1999
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In Britain, a pedophile's house is burned by an angry mob when a girl disappears, the man having been recently released from jail. But Inspector Wexford is not swayed by the obvious and traces the disappearance to the girl's home and her abusive father.
Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, ©1999
Edition: First Vintage crimeBlack lizard edition
ISBN: 9780375724848
Branch Call Number: Mystery Ren
Characteristics: 355 pages ; 21 cm


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Oct 03, 2018

So, 1999 was a whole different world. The book is a bit dated without cell phone, computers are slow and law enforcement has little in the way of resources. I like the inspector, but it was like reading "ancient history" of police detection. Far more Miss Marple than CSI Or NCIS. Did we still need to have wife abuse explained to us in 1999? Was England really so uniformed in 1999 about child abuse? I did struggle with this one a bit. Still, not a bad 6 hours of reading.

Dec 03, 2014

Another great book from Ruth Rendell about murder, wife abuse and pedophilia .


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