Rendell

noun
  1. Ruth (Barbara), Baroness. born 1930, British crime writer: author of detective novels, such as Wolf to the Slaughter (1967), and psychological thrillers, such as The Lake of Darkness (1980) and (under the name Barbara Vine) A Fatal Inversion (1987) and The Chimney Sweeper's Boy (1998)
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  • Mr Rendell shrugged his shoulders with an air of resignation.

    A Houseful of Girls

    Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey

  • Mr. Rendell also lives rent free in a house adjoining and belonging to the church.

  • Mr Rendell struck an attitude of remembrance, at which the watching faces brightened with smiles.

    A Houseful of Girls

    Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey

  • The next morning each of the six Rendell girls awoke with a start and a shiver of dismay.

    A Houseful of Girls

    Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey