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October 07, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP05 - Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28,...
New York, USA
- PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP05 - Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP05 - Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of [gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years]. Picture taken September 28, 2005.
ARTS RENDELL
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September 28, 2005
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator...
New York, UNITED STATES
TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years. Picture taken September 28, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL REUTERS/Seth Wenig
ARTS RENDELL
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September 28, 2005
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator...
New York, UNITED STATES
TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years. Picture taken September 28, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL REUTERS/Seth Wenig
ARTS RENDELL
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September 28, 2005
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator...
New York, UNITED STATES
TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years. Picture taken September 28, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL REUTERS/Seth Wenig
ARTS RENDELL
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September 28, 2005
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator...
New York, UNITED STATES
TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years. Picture taken September 28, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL REUTERS/Seth Wenig
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