No one was sorry silver-voiced Edwin Shorthouse was dead. He had set the stage for his own murder by making enemies with every aria he sang. Now not one highbrow creased with care at the gruesome sight of his gin-soaked corpse swinging slowly from a hangman's noose backstage. But Gervase Fen, delightful Oxford don and amateur sleuth nonpariel, knew he must crack the conundrum of this locked-dressing-room murder before the killer brought down the curtain on the rest of the cast. And as more dastardly deeds were played out against the backdrop of a grand opera, it was up to fearless Fen to stop the show with a solution to this grand whodunit.
This paperback is in fair to good condition with spine creases and rubbing, a few dog ears, and very heavy cover wear.
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