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Author:
George Rees
ISBN13:
978-0954709273
ISBN:
0954709276
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Publisher:
Accent Pr (November 30, 2008)
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Mystery
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He finds work as an adapter at Philip Henslowe's theatrical company and as a book-holder at Essex House – before being watched by Christopher Marlowe and others as politics intrude.

Fast-paced and populated with a cast of rogues, actors and playwrights this murder mystery offers an enthralling read and the true flavour of Elizabethan London. Elizabethan playwright Dekker lives a fast, furious, and exciting existence in London, skirting poverty, danger, and the love of a good woman. He finds work as an adapter at Philip Henslowe's theatrical company and as a book-holder at Essex House – before being watched by Christopher Marlowe and others as politics intrude

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He finds work as an adapter at Philip Henslowe's theatrical company and as a book-holder at Essex House - before being watched by Christopher Marlowe and others as politics intrude

He finds work as an adapter at Philip Henslowe's theatrical company and as a book-holder at Essex House - before being watched by Christopher Marlowe and others as politics intrude. Theft of a hidden cipher and murder of a local constable keep him in trouble. Able plotting and namedropping will appeal to fans of Elizabethan theater and Simon Hawke's Shakespearean mysteries.

Fast-paced and populated with a cast of rogues, actors and playwrights this murder mystery offers an enthralling read and the true flavour of Elizabethan London

Fast-paced and populated with a cast of rogues, actors and playwrights this murder mystery offers an enthralling read and the true flavour of Elizabethan London.

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Other Books by Elizabeth George

What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body of death? -ROMANS, 7:24. Other Books by Elizabeth George. That he wasn’t always able to avoid the thumping is a fact attested to by his teachers, three of whom reported to social workers bruises, scratches, burns, and at least one black eye seen on Michael’s body. Other than a single visit to the home, however, nothing more came of these reports. The system, it seems, was overburdened.

Elizabethan playwright Dekker lives a fast, furious, and exciting existence in London, skirting poverty, danger, and the love of a good woman. Fiction Historical Fiction.

Thomas Dekker is a young playwright struggling to make ends meet in the London of Shakespeare and Marlowe in the 1590s. He hears of the mysterious murder of Mother Wingfield, a crime many attribute to witchcraft because she was alone in a room, locked from the inside, at the time of her death. He decides to investigate as he thinks the story might make a good play. His investigations draw him to the attention of powerful men like the Earl of Essex and Sir Walter Raleigh who, riding the currents of religious hatred and xenophobia, are engaged in a vicious struggle to win influence with Queen Elizabeth. Thomas is caught up in the middle of these conflicting forces, in a volatile situation where treason and heresy are suspected at every turn. By the time Thomas has solved the mystery, his adventures have vividly illustrated Tudor London for us in all its chaotic, cruel, bawdy glory.

  • This book is more of an adventure story set in the Elizabethan times than a murder mystery. Yes, the hero is trying to solve a "closed door" mystery, but he encounters obstacles and adventures at every turn, taking up most of the story. The mystery takes second place, and you almost forget our hero is trying to solve a murder! Interesting, but I will have to read it again to absorb all the action.

  • I bailed 3-4 chapters in. I didn't find it very well written. Also, it is rather poorly formatted. A very amateurish job, with numerous incorrect characters resulting from incorrect encoding. I found it too annoying.