Thursday, November 8, 2012

The St. Zita Society

Doors. I can almost picture Ruth Rendell sitting on a bench and observing the comings and goings of residents and their employees on a block in London. She imagined the upstairs and downstairs lives of these people and presents them in a tightly written novel titled, The St. Zita Society, a reference to a newly formed association of the employees on this street. In fewer than three hundred pages, Rendell introduces a cast of characters, develops them vividly, and presents a plot that was absorbing and entertaining. She takes us behind closed doors and reveals the life inside. Readers who like finely written crime fiction are those most likely to enjoy this book. Rating: Three-star (Recommended) Click here to purchase The St. Zita Society from

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