Roaring Boy

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Roaring Boy

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This is the seventh in the series of Elizabethan theater mysteries featuring Nicholas Bracewell. A mysterious stranger named Simon Chaloner appears at the Queens Head Pub following a performance by Westfields Men, one of the leading theater companies. Chaloner follows Nicholas Bracewell and playwright Edmund Hoode home and gives them a manuscript called The Roaring Boy , This is the seventh in the series of Elizabethan theater mysteries featuring Nicholas Bracewell. A mysterious stranger named Simon Chaloner appears at the Queens Head Pub following a performance by Westfields Men, one of the leading theater companies. Chaloner follows Nicholas Bracewell and playwright Edmund Hoode home and gives them a manuscript called The Roaring Boy , based on events surrounding the murder of a mathematician. When Bracewell and Hoode stage the play, the performance causes a riot, and Hoode is imprisoned. In order to save his company, Bracewell must solve the vicious murder on which the play is based. A finalist for the Edgar Award, this, like Marstons other works, is filled with careful period detail as well as suspense.


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This is the seventh in the series of Elizabethan theater mysteries featuring Nicholas Bracewell. A mysterious stranger named Simon Chaloner appears at the Queens Head Pub following a performance by Westfields Men, one of the leading theater companies. Chaloner follows Nicholas Bracewell and playwright Edmund Hoode home and gives them a manuscript called The Roaring Boy , This is the seventh in the series of Elizabethan theater mysteries featuring Nicholas Bracewell. A mysterious stranger named Simon Chaloner appears at the Queens Head Pub following a performance by Westfields Men, one of the leading theater companies. Chaloner follows Nicholas Bracewell and playwright Edmund Hoode home and gives them a manuscript called The Roaring Boy , based on events surrounding the murder of a mathematician. When Bracewell and Hoode stage the play, the performance causes a riot, and Hoode is imprisoned. In order to save his company, Bracewell must solve the vicious murder on which the play is based. A finalist for the Edgar Award, this, like Marstons other works, is filled with careful period detail as well as suspense.
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Title Roaring Boy Height 12.9
Edward Marston Width 2
ISBN-13 9780749015855 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 Spine Width
Publisher Allison & Busby Pages 350
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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