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A Fatal Inversion

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Language  English
Media type  Print (Hardcover)
ISBN  0-670-80977-2
Author  Ruth Rendell
Preceded by  A Dark-Adapted Eye
Nominations  Dagger of Daggers

Publication date  March 1987
Pages  336 pp
Originally published  March 1987
Country  United Kingdom
Genres  Crime Fiction, Mystery
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Publisher  Viking (UK) Bantam (US)
Similar  Ruth Rendell books, Crime Fiction books, Police books

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A Fatal Inversion is a 1987 novel by Ruth Rendell, written under the pseudonym Barbara Vine. The novel won the Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger in that year and, in 1987, was also shortlisted for the Dagger of Daggers, a special award to select the best Gold Dagger winner of the award's 50-year history.

Contents

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Plot summary

In the process of burying a beloved dog in the animal cemetery of Wyvis Hall, a beautiful Suffolk country house, the owner unearths the skeletons of a dead woman and baby. The horrific discovery challenges the buried memories and guilt of a small group of young people who, 10 years earlier, spent the broiling Summer of 1976 in a self-indulgently irresponsible idyll at Wyvis Hall, unexpectedly inherited by one of their number. Slowly the facts emerge and the past catches up with them. But which woman is dead? And whose child?

Adaptation

The BBC adapted the novel for television in 1992. The series starred Jeremy Northam and Douglas Hodge.

References

A Fatal Inversion Wikipedia


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