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Murder Being Once Done by Ruth Rendell
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Jan 27, 2010

really liked it

Here again we have the wonderful twists of a well-plotted book. A woman's body is found in a cemetery vault. Who was she? Why is she here? "Who done it?"

Wexford is on medical leave in London and is allowed to assist with the investigation. Lots of red herrings here, and I must say I wished the perpetrator had been a more major character in the story. Still, it was satisfying and a good one to guess at.

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