Ngaio Marsh's love of Shakespeare, and of actors--their vanities, foibles, and nobility--is woven into this thoroughly enjoyable classic mystery. It is set in 1982 but might as well be taking place in 1942. The attitudes and speech mannerisms are classic early 20th century English. James Saxon is a peerless interpreter of Marsh's mysteries--he gets all the different class accents and character variations pitch perfect.
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