MURDER BEHIND THE SCENES: A VICTORIAN MYSTERY
MURDER BEHIND THE SCENES is a detective novel set in Victorian England.
In 1857 a young actress called Emily Broughton leaves London to join a provincial
theatre company in the seaside town of Handford. She finds a company full of
petty rivalries and eccentric actors, but it is also a time of great excitement
as American star Ira Douglas is about to make a guest appearance at the theatre.
Emily is soon befriended by the theatres wealthy patron Euphemia Pelham, but it emerges Miss Pelham has an ulterior motive and is not as respectable as she seems. After a new acquaintance is poisoned, Emily is forced to investigate the shocking murder of her friend when she herself receives anonymous letters, seemingly from the murderer, threatening to reveal compromising secrets from Emilys own past.
Paperback, 328 pages. Limited edition, each copy is signed and numbered.
The print edition also contained publisher ornaments and a dedication page
which were not in the e-book. The printed edition is no longer available)
For the Kindle edition see below.
Unlike other Sensation Press books, MURDER BEHIND THE SCENES is also available
in Kindle format at the various Amazon websites around the world (a
sample of 10% can be viewed and downloaded on Amazon and this should give
the reader some idea as to whether they might enjoy it).
What's the difference between the printed edition and the digital edition? The print edition has different formatting, a dedication page and Victorian theatre themed ornaments at the beginning and end of each chapter. One piece of trivia: the career of the character Ira Douglas is inspired by that of the African American actor Ira Aldridge.
Isabella Macready is a pen name and Macready was selected in honour of actor William Macready (1793-1873).
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