A Guilty Thing Surprised: (A Wexford Case) by Ruth Rendell (1994-04-21)

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    • De la première période de la grande dame, ce petit livre remplit parfaitement ses fonctions divertissantes. Angleterre ironiquement trop "anglaise", personnages trop "anglais", "gentry", classes sociales surannées avec ce qu'il faut de l'excentricité et de la folie qui triompheront par la suite. Une lecture parfaite pour se détendre.


    • The remarkable aspect of this novel is not the plot, nor the familiarity of having detectives of previous mysteries present, nor even admiration for how well written the book is, but rather, given the unlikeable persons and events in the book, how very sad the unavoidable conclusion was.


    • This is yet another very entertaining mystery from Ruth Rendell. The book itself is great. However, the transfer to Kindle version is not well done: I noted 17 errors of various sorts that I am reasonably sure where not in the printed editions. I sent a list of the errors to Random House, and perhaps they will make the corrections. The errors are pretty distracting.


    • I had stopped reading Ruth Rendell a few years ago because I needed a break from some of her darker mysteries. I needed a new detective series and picked this one to see if I like detective Wexford. Wexford and the Guilty Surprise are both satisfying. Wexford is an old fashioned detective, smart and questioning himself while realizing he's still got his intuition and know-how. The mystery to be solved is complicated enough and just like Rendell to build in her understanding of human nature and m [...]


    • Good average read, with lots of possible suspects. But what spoiled it for me was the number of spelling mistakes and completely wrong words. I have to assume that the book was published without these, so whomever is putting together the Kindle version needs to take a lot more care. There is even a section totally misplaced.


    • Well written but way to long. I found myself feeling like a kid who has to finish the book for homework a d really you just want to go out to play


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