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Also by Elizabeth J. Duncan:

The Marmalade Murders, May 2018
Hardcover
Much Ado About Murder, November 2017
Hardcover
Murder Is for Keeps, April 2017
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Ill Met by Murder, December 2016
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Murder on the Hour, April 2016
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Untimely Death, November 2015
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Slated for Death, April 2015
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A Brush with Death, May 2011
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A Brush With Death, July 2010
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The Cold Light of Mourning, July 2010
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The Cold Light of Mourning, April 2009
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Much Ado About Murder
Elizabeth J. Duncan

Shakespeare in the Catskills
Crooked Lane Books
November 2017
On Sale: November 7, 2017
ISBN: 1683313259
EAN: 9781683313250
Kindle: B071RR32NZ
Hardcover / e-Book
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Mystery

Costume designer Charlotte Fairfax has another murder on her hands as she prepares for the latest performance of the Catskills Shakespeare Theater Company, Much Ado About Nothing. The companyís steady growth enables them to cast star British actress Audrey Ashley, who arrives on scene to play the lead role of Beatrice. But things immediately get more complicated when Audrey insists the company replace the current director with new, up and coming British director Edmund Albright.

Edmund plans to change the popular romantic comedy, which alienates several people associated with the production. And the list of people he upsets only grows: the laid off former director, the hotel ownerís secretary, and even Audrey herself. Just as Edmundís plans are about to come to fruition, his body is discovered on his sofa, holding a gun in his hand. His death is quickly ruled a suicide but Charlotte thinks otherwise. Why would Edmund, on the brink of greatness, kill himself? And in such an American way?

With a whole cast of characters to investigate, Charlotte is determined to unmask each one before itís final curtain call on the whole production in award-winning author Elizabeth J. Duncanís third Shakespeare in the Catskills mystery, Much Ado About Murder.

Shakespeare in the Catskills

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