A Midsummer Night's Scream

A Midsummer Night's Scream

A Jane Jeffry Mystery

Book - 2004
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Jane Jeffry has a new hobby: the theater--specifically, a rundown theater that close pal Shelly and her husband have donated to a local college drama department. Jane has graciously agreed to lend her taste buds to the college's newest production, helping Shelly judge prospective caterers who will be feeding the actors. But soon she's drawn deeper into the real life drama surrounding the play than she ever hoped or anticipated.

The cast is embroiled in petty, off-stage jealousies, ego trips and power struggles, all of which are further fueled by the clueless, blowhard director. Even the presence of two aging professional thespians--a lecherous old boozer and his genteel, seriously gifted wife--fails to bring a sense of decorum to this train wreck of a production. And the plot takes a decidedly darker turn when a particularly rebellious young performer exits stage left--permanently--courtesy of a head-bashing killer! Now Jane and Shelly have their own roles to play in this twisted, true life theatrical where each member of the dramatis personae has a make-up case full of secrets, masks and motives.

Publisher: New York : William Morrow, 2004
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780060501006
Branch Call Number: CHUR 22
Characteristics: 227 p


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Oct 12, 2010

This was a good book, a bit long but interesting.

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