Ruth Rendell | Critical Essay by Newgate Callendar

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Critical Essay by Newgate Callendar

Primarily ["Murder Being Once Done"] is a novel of police routine, traditional in its plotting, full of false clues and leads that peter out. Secondarily it is a novel of character exploration, sensitively written, full of the deft touches one comes to expect from the author of "One Across, Two Down" and "No More Dying Then."

Newgate Callendar, in a review of "Murder Being Once Done," in The New York Times Book Review (copyright © 1972 by The New York Times Company; reprinted by permission), December 10, 1972, p. 56.

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