11 Audrey Jefferson from Herndon, VA, USA: I have no comment except I am trying to get Ruth Rendell's videos/dvds in the US. Do you have any suggestions as to where I can order them? I have Road Rage and Simsola.
10 Paul Murphy from N.W. England: I have read all the Ruth Rendell mysteries and seen some on TV. A classic, I cannot put it down, experience. The new book-shelf contains DVDs.
9 Susan Parker from London: I've been looking out for them on DVD but they're not available individually or as a box set. I'm not sure why!
Heartstones was my favourite, and May and June was another.
8 Paul Quinnell from Calgary Canada (ex-brit from Portsmouth): I found these shows I've seen to be quite interesting. I've not seen the Strawberry Tree and I was an extra in the marquee scene too!
It was an interesting day of shooting as I recall. I was hopeful about getting some acting experiences. It turned out to be my only one in the UK.
7 Harvey Freeman from Croydon: I've always remembered the Ruth Rendell episode that was filmed in and around Winchester, because I stood by the side watching them film part of it, as I lived in that area at the time (I was about 9 years old, in the mid-nineties). The episode might have been 'Heartstones' or 'May And June', but it's a vague memory so I wouldn't be sure.
6 Bev Sullivan from Idaho, USA: I would like to see the Ruth Rendell mysteries in our area. I saw a few episodes on our PBS channel several years ago and have been waiting for them to reappear. I especially would like to see the episode "The Secret House of Death" as Welsh actor, Owen Teale, is my favorite actor. Love all the British mysteries...and Ruth Rendell is at the top of my list!
5 Simon Hinchco from Hamilton, New Zealand: Hi, I haven't seen the show but I believe there is a person with my surname on the show. If anyone could tell me about the show I'd really appreciate it.
4 Natalie King from Glasgow, Scotland: Vanity Dies Hard was my favourite as i am a big fan of Jane Gurnett who played Nesta. She's a brilliant actress!
3 Mrs. S. Paillet from Brussels, Belgium: "A tree of hands" and "A judgement in stone" are my two favourite R.Rendell's books.
2 sharon from southport: I would also like to echo Barbara's sentiments regarding Master of the Moor, it too is my favourite due the sexiest man alive starring in it! ;-))
1 barbara west from essex: master of the moor is my favourite - mainly because the star is colin firth.