Summer of Secrets by Cora Harrison audiobook

Summer of Secrets

By Cora Harrison
Read by Mark Meadows

Blackstone Publishing 9780727890399

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When a murder is staged at magnificent Knebworth House, Victorian writer-sleuths Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins investigate. August, 1856. Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens are spending the summer at Knebworth House, the magnificent Hertfordshire home of fellow writer Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton, where they are putting on a charity performance of one of Lord Edward's most successful plays, The Lady of Lyons. But the dress rehearsal is disrupted by the discovery of a body lying in the center of the stage, shot to death. With everyone involved in the play coming under suspicion, the two writer-sleuths feel compelled to investigate. Their enquiries unearth a number of scandalous secrets lurking among the writers, artists, and actors assembled at Knebworth. Secrets that stretch back more than twenty years. Secrets that will have devastating repercussions for the present.

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Summary

Summary

When a murder is staged at magnificent Knebworth House, Victorian writer-sleuths Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins investigate.

August, 1856. Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens are spending the summer at Knebworth House, the magnificent Hertfordshire home of fellow writer Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton, where they are putting on a charity performance of one of Lord Edward's most successful plays, The Lady of Lyons. But the dress rehearsal is disrupted by the discovery of a body lying in the center of the stage, shot to death.

With everyone involved in the play coming under suspicion, the two writer-sleuths feel compelled to investigate. Their enquiries unearth a number of scandalous secrets lurking among the writers, artists, and actors assembled at Knebworth. Secrets that stretch back more than twenty years. Secrets that will have devastating repercussions for the present.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“An entertaining new entry in Harrison’s enjoyable series starring fictional recreations of the two famous authors, with subtle humor…skullduggery, larger-than-life characters, a clever plot, and a satisfying ending.” Booklist

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Author

Author Bio: Cora Harrison

Author Bio: Cora Harrison

Cora Harrison worked as a teacher before she decided to write her first novel, and she has since published over two dozen children’s historical novels and many books for adults. She lives on a farm in the west of Ireland.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 8.61
Audience: Adult
Language: English