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When the Black Death strikes London, all the theatres are closed down. MASK OF NIGHT (A Shakespearean Murder Mystery) – VG Philip Gooden – 5th in series Constable – London, 2004 – Hardcover With the coming of Lent, the impending death of Queen Elizabeth and increasing deaths from the Plague, the acting company, The Chamberlain’s Men, has traveled to Oxford where it has been commissioned by Dr. Hugh Fern to stage a private performance of Romeo and.
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One aspect of Gooden's books in this series is his willingness to look at various issues of that time, among them . Gooden offers a wonderful look into Shakespeare's time
One aspect of Gooden's books in this series is his willingness to look at various issues of that time, among them the concern that their Good Queen Bess is dying. She's been queen for what seems forever and thus a great air of uncertainty (which can be spelled "intrigue")is evident. The folks are uneasy about what is to come. Gooden offers a wonderful look into Shakespeare's time. I was delighted that The Bard is a secondary character rather than the investigator, and that one does not need a great knowledge of Shakespeare or his plays to enjoy the book. It is a classic mystery with clues and suspense along the way.
Philip Gooden read English at Magdalen College, Oxford, and then taught at secondary level for many years. In 2001 he became a full-time writer. He is the author of the Nick Revill series, a sequence of historical mysteries based in Elizabethan London and set around Shakespeare's Globe theatre. Titles so far published are Sleep of Death, Death of Kings, The Pale Companion (shortlisted for the Ellis Peters Historical Dagger award in 2002), Alms for Oblivion, Mask of Night and An Honourable Murderer.
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Third in the entertaining adventures of Shakespearean actor and sleuth, Nick Revill It is midsummer in the year 1601.
In the last decade of Elizabeth I's reign, Nick Revill, an aspiring young actor, comes to London seeking fame and fortune. Third in the entertaining adventures of Shakespearean actor and sleuth, Nick Revill It is midsummer in the year 1601. Nick Revill and his fellow actors of the company known as the Chamberlain's Men are journeying across the Wiltshire Downs for a country-house presentation of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
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