Ruth Rendell outdoes herself in NO MAN'S NIGHTINGALE, her 24th Inspector Wexford novel. In this tangled and labyrinthine book, she tackles social problems as well as solves the murder of a prominent woman in the community. The lady in question is vicar Sarah Hussain, a former Muslim who is now a devout Christian. She was obviously female, "a single mother and biracial." She has a small following and is liked by her parishioners. Who would want her dead and why? Could she be the victim of a racist?
Men don't like her and a