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The third in the series starring Frey and McGray.

 

This one takes place around the Shakesperean play MacBeth and stars Ellen Terry, Henry Irving and Bram Stoker*, who were all real people and who all worked in the theatre.  Death is foretold by smears of blood on the ground and death indeed occurs. As Frey and McGray scrutinise the key players, they discover that Terry, Irving, and his peculiar, preoccupied assistant, Bram Stoker, all have reasons to kill, or be killed... The other players aren't squeaky clean either.  

 

This all takes place in Edinburgh in 1889 and there is mention of Banshees and other supernatural beings.

 

This is a good romp through an easy and entertaining read.  OdM also reveals a little of his research.

 

Recommended.

 

 

 

 

*Macbeth is considered to be an unlucky play.

*Bram Stoker worked in theatre before he wrote Dracula.

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