The Ruth Rendell Mysteries
The Ruth Rendell Mysteries were a series of made-for-television adaptations of the Inspector Wexford mysteries and other novels of psychological suspense by Ruth Rendell.
George Baker portrayed Chief Inspector Reg Wexford of Kingsmarkham (a fictional town in the real English county of Hampshire) with Christopher Ravenscroft as his partner Inspector Mike Burden. Movies featuring these characters are indicated with an (*).
The movies originally aired on ITV over a 12 year period from 1988 to 2000.
Original air dates: 09/1994, 03/1995, 03/1996, and 01/1997
Notes: Master of the Moor; Vanity Dies Hard; The Secret House of Death; The Double.
Original air dates: 01/1997, 02/1997, 03/1996, 01/1996, 02/1997, 12/1998
Notes: Bribery & Corruption; Front Seat; A Case of Coincidence; A Dark Blue Perfume; May & June; The Orchard Walls.
Original air dates: 10/2000, 05/1999, 12/1998, 08/1999, 06/1998
Notes: Harm Done (*); The Lake of Darkness; You Can't Be Too Careful; The Fallen Curtain; Going Wrong.
Original air dates: 02/1996, 11/1998
Notes: Simisola (*); Road Rage (*).
Notes: The complete collection of 17 mysteries in one set.
Note: Media availability may change without notice. Page Authorship: Omnimystery News.
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