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Harm Done (Inspector Wexford, #18) by Ruth Rendell
In Harm Done , the violence is near at hand, and evil lies just a few doors down the block. Customer Reviews. See all reviews. Write a review.
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Harm done : an Inspector Wexford mystery, Ruth Rendell
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Get to Know Us. In each of Batya Gur's three previous novels, her cerebral Israeli policeman, Michael Ohayon, had to master some esoteric literary theory, interpret multiple systems of clinical psychology or fathom the political infrastructure of a kibbutz before he could solve his criminal case. Ohayon's education begins when he appoints himself the guardian of an abandoned infant girl and enlists the aid of his upstairs neighbor, Nita van Gelden, an unmarried concert cellist with an infant of her own, in caring for the child.
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