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The Keys to the Street - Ruth Rendell
The Keys to the Street
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London's wealthiest, poorest, kindest, and most vicious citizens all cross paths in Regents Park. Quiet, pretty Mary Jago could never have suspected that a series of unspeakable murders in the park contained threads that tangled around her simple, ordinary life.
London's wealthiest, poorest, kindest, and most vicious citizens all cross paths in Regents Park. Quiet, pretty Mary Jago could never have suspected that a series of unspeakable murders in the park contained threads that tangled around her simple, ordinary life.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780440223924 (044022392X)
Publisher: Dell
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
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Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
3.5 The Keys to the Street
bookshelves: autumn-2012, mystery-thriller, radio-4x, fradio, britain-england, london, published-1996, recreational-drugs, medical-eew Recommended for: BBC radio listeners Read from October 14 to 19, 2012 1. A Door Unlocked: Made for 4 Extra. Mary Jago leaves a violent relationship, unwittingly p...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it
4.0 The Keys to the Street
A mystery that stresses the people whose lives are impacted by the deaths. Mary Jago was an interesting character and I liked the evolution of her character as she got into relationships and out of relationships.
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
3.0
1. A Door Unlocked: Made for 4 Extra. Mary Jago leaves a violent relationship, unwittingly placing herself in further jeopardy. Read by Claudie Blakley.2. Bone of my Bone: Mary Jago meets the recipient of her bone marrow donation and a mutilated body is discovered. 3. Love Hurts: Leo Nash's sudden d...
All the Time in the World
All the Time in the World rated it
4.0 The Keys to the Street
This was, at the original time of my review, the blurb given for The Keys to the Street here on GoodReads:For the snobbish, upper-crust that live around London's Regent's Park, the homeless are an eye-sore and a nuisance. Only Mary Jargo, a meek, sensitive young woman who has recently moved into the...
Ms. Margie
Ms. Margie rated it
One of the first Rendell books I read. Very much indicative of her style - very rich portrayals of characters, with the mystery being a side note.
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