Lord Pastern fired his revolver. The figure in the spotlight fell and the coup-de-theatre had become murder. Could Inspector Alleyn believe Pastern had let hatred of his future son-in-law go too far? Or would the tangle of jealousies and blackmail among the guests reveal another murderer?
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The music rose to a climax - Lord Pastern aimed and fired his revolver. The figure in the spotlight fell and the coup-de-theatre had become murder.About the Author:
Dame Ngaio Marsh was born in New Zealand in 1895 and died in February 1982. She wrote over 30 detective novels and many of her stories have theatrical settings, for Ngaio Marsh's real passion was the theatre. She was both actress and producer and almost single-handedly revived the New Zealand public's interest in the theatre. It was for this work that the received what she called her 'damery' in 1966.
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Book Description Harper Collins Pb, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0006512437