Books by Bernice Rubens

THE SERGEANTS’ TALE by Bernice Rubens
Released: March 1, 2005

"With her usual expert precision and swiftly assured strokes, Rubens cuts away the dross and leaves us with baroque emotions conveyed in a fine-tuned minimalism. Nerve-racking."
Two British soldiers—one Jewish—are twisted up in espionage in British Palestine. Read full book review >
NINE LIVES by Bernice Rubens
Released: Feb. 1, 2004

"A killer so robotic that he seems sedated keeps a rather classically constructed, and very British, tale from being much more than an exercise in style."
There's a killer on the loose in England, and no psychotherapist is safe. Read full book review >
A SOLITARY GRIEF by Bernice Rubens
Released: Feb. 1, 1992

"A teeth-grinding, chilling tale of human nastiness—in guises that are both horrible and most commonplace."
Reading a Rubens novel (Mate in Three, Our Father, Sat on Edge—all 1987) requires an iron-nerved distance. Read full book review >