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Ruth Rendell
(aka Barbara Vine)

[1930 - ]

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Profile created June 5, 2005
Chief Inspector Wexford Series
  • Unguarded Hours (1990) with Helen Simpson
    The Strawberry Tree/Flesh and Grass

  • The Strawberry Tree (1995)

Writing as Barbara Vine
See also:
  • The 23rd Pan Book of Horror Stories  (1982), Herbert Van Thal, ed.
    Stories by Alan Temperley, Alex White, Angus Gellatly, Elizabeth Naden-Borland, Gregory Alexander, Harry E. Turner, Heather Vineham, Jane Louie, Norman P. Kaufman, Paul Theroux, Rosemary Timperley, Ruth Rendell, and W. S. Rearden

  • Haunted Houses: The Greatest Stories: (1983), Martin H. Greenberg, ed.
    Stories by Bram Stoker, Charles L. Grant, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Edward Bryant, Elizabeth Bowen, H. P. Lovecraft, Henry Slesar, Hugh B Cave, Jack L. Chalker, Joyce Carol Oates, Margaret St. Clair, Michael Reaves, Robert Aickman, Robert Bloch, Ruth Rendell, and William F Nolan

  • Haunting Women (1988), Alan Ryan, ed.
    Stories by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Ellen Glasgow, Gertrude Atherton, Hortense Calisher, Isak Dinesen (aka Karen Blixen), Jean Rhys, Mary Danby, May Sinclair, Mrs Henry Wood, Muriel Spark, Rosemary Timperley, Ruth Rendell, Shirley Jackson, and Tanith Lee

  • Scare Care (1989), Graham Masterton, ed.
    With stories by Alan Rodgers, Brian Lumley, Bruce Boston, C. Dean Andersson, Celeste Paul Sefranek, Charles L. Grant, Chris B. Lacher, D. W. Taylor, Darrell Schweitzer, David B. Silva, Felice Picano, Frank Coffey, Gary A. Braunbeck, Giles Gordon, Graham Masterton, Guy N. Smith, Harlan Ellison, J. N. Williamson, James Herbert, James Kisner, James Robert Smith, Jeff Gelb, John Burke, John Daniel, John Maclay, Kit Reed, Marc Laidlaw, Peter Tremayne, Peter Valentine Timlett, Ramsey Campbell, Roald Dahl, Roderick Hudgins, Roland Masterton, Ruth Rendell, Stephen Laws, Steve Rasnic Tem, William F Nolan, and William Relling, Jr.

  • The New Gothic: A Collection of Contemporary Gothic Fiction (1991), Bradford Morrow and Patrick McGrath, eds.
    With stories by Angela Carter, Anne Rice, Bradford Morrow, Emma Tennant, Jamaica Kincaid, Janice Galloway, Jeanette Winterson, John Edgar Wideman, John Hawkes, Joyce Carol Oates, Kathy Acker, Lynne Tillman, Martin Amis, Patrick McGrath, Paul West, Peter Straub, Robert Coover, Ruth Rendell, Scott Bradfield, William T. Vollmann, and Yannick Murphy

  • I Shudder at Your Touch (1992), Michele Slung, ed.
    With stories by Angela Carter, Carolyn Banks, Christopher Fowler, Clive Barker, Eric McCormack, Harriet Zinnes, Haydn Middleton, Hugh B. Cave, Jonathan Carroll, May Sinclair, Michael Blumlein, Patrick McGrath, R Murray Gilchrist, Robert Aickman, Robert S. Hichens, Ronald Duncan, Ruth Rendell, Stephen Donaldson, Stephen King, Terry L. Parkinson, Thomas M. Disch, and Valerie Martin

  • Little Deaths (1994), Ellen Datlow, ed.
    With stories by Barry N. Malzberg, Clive Barker, Douglas Clegg, Harry Crews, J. Calvin Pierce, Jack Womack, Joel Lane, K. W. Jeter, Kathe Koja, Kelley Eskridge, Lucius Shepard, Lucy Taylor, M. John Harrison, Melanie Tem, Nicholas Royle, Nicola Griffith, Pat Cadigan, Richard Christian Matheson, Ruth Rendell, Sarah Clemens, Stephen Dedman, and Wayne Allen Sallee

  • The Reason Why:  An Anthology of the Murderous Mind (1995)
    Over 100 short pieces from Albert Camus, Edgar Allen Poe,  Matthew Arnold, Melanie Klein, P.D. James, Sigmund Freud, Sophocles, Toni Morrison, Willaim Shakespeare, and more.

  • From Agatha Christie to Ruth Rendell (2000) by Susan Rowland
    Considers seriously the hugely popular and influential works of Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, Margery Allingham, Nag Marsh, P.D. James, and Ruth Rendell/Barbara Vine. Providing studies of 42 key novels, this volume introduces these authors for students and the general reader in the context of their lives, and of critical debates on gender, colonialism, psychoanalysis, the Gothic, and feminism. It includes interviews with P.D. James and Ruth Rendell/Barbara Vine.

  • Lethal Kisses (1996), Ellen Datlow, ed.
    With stories by Caitlín R. Kiernan, Christopher Fowler, David J. Schow, Douglas Clegg, Jack Dann, Jonathan Lethem, Joyce Carol Oates, Michael Cadnum, Michael Marshall Smith, Michael Swanwick, Mike O'Driscoll, Pat Cadigan, Pat Murphy, R. Morlan, Richard Christian Matheson, Roberta Lannes, Ruth Rendell, Simon Ings, Terry Lamsley, and Thomas Tessier

  • Crossing the Border Tales of Erotic Ambiguity  (1998), Lisa Tuttle, ed.
    With stories by Angela Carter, Carol Emshwiller, Cecilia Tan, Fay Weldon, Geoff Ryman, Graham Joyce, Joyce Carol Oates, L. Kennedy, Lisa Tuttle, Lucy Taylor, M. M. Hall, Mary Flanagan, Melanie Fletcher, Michael Blumlein, Neil Gaiman, Nicholas Royle, Patricia Duncker, Paul Magrs, Poppy Z. Brite, Ruth Rendell, Sue Thomas, and Yann Martel

  • The Mammoth Book of Twentieth-Century Ghost Stories (1998), Peter Haining, ed.
    With stories by A. Merritt, Agatha Christie, Alfred Noyes, Algernon Blackwood, Arthur Machen, Daphne Du Maurier, E. M. Delafield (aka Edmee Elizabeth Monica de la Pasture), Edgar Wallace, Fay Weldon, H. G. Wells, Henry James, Henry Kuttner, J. B. Priestley, Jack London, James Hadley Chase, John Mortimer, John Steinbeck, Julian Barnes, Mary Higgins Clark, Muriel Spark, P. G. Wodehouse, Pamela Hansford Johnson, Peter Haining, Ruth Rendell, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Stella Gibbons, Stevie Smith, Theodore Dreiser, William Trevor, and Winston Graham

  • Mistresses of the Dark:  25 Macabre Tales By Master Storytellers (1998), Denise Little, Robert E. Weinberg, and Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, eds.
    With stories by A. M. Homes, Alison Lurie, Angela Carter, Antonia S. Byatt, Daphne Du Maurier, Doris Lessing, Edna O'Brien, Eudora Welty, Fay Weldon, Flannery O'Connor, Jamaica Kincaid, Jean Rhys, Joyce Carol Oates, Louise Erdrich, Madeleine L'Engle, Margaret Atwood, Mavis Gallant, Muriel Spark, Nadine Gordimer, Patricia Highsmith, Ruth Rendell, Shirley Jackson, Susan Sontag, Ursula K. Le Guin, and Valerie Martin

  • The Mammoth Book of Haunted House Stories (2000), Peter Haining, ed.
    With stories by A. E. Coppard, Algernon Blackwood, Basil Copper, E. F. Benson, Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, Elizabeth Albright, Ellen Glasgow, Fay Weldon, H. Russell Wakefield, Herbert de Hamel, Hugh Walpole, Ian Watson, J. Sheridan Le Fanu, James Herbert, Joan Aiken, L. P. Hartley, Louisa Baldwin, M. R. James, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Mrs J. H. Riddell, Nigel Kneale, Norah Lofts, Penelope Lively, Ralph Adams Cram, Ramsey Campbell, Ray Bradbury, Richard Dehan, Richard Hughes, Robert Bloch, Ruth Rendell, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Thorp McClusky, Virginia Woolf, W. F. Harvey, W. W. Jacobs, William F. Nolan, and William Hope Hodgson

  • The World's Finest Mystery and Crime Stories: Third Annual Collection (2002), Ed Gorman and Martin H. Greenberg, eds.
    Includes works by Anne Perry, Ed McBain, Jeffrey Deaver, Joyce Carol Oates, Lawrence Block, Margaret Coel, Nancy Pickard, Ruth Rendell, and others.

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