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ISBN:
0345381424
Author:
Ellen Hart
Category:
Mystery
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fawcett (May 1, 1994)
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1651 kb
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1861 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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896


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A compelling story of family passions on a big stage. MINNEAPOLIS STAR & TRIBUNE Book three in the Jane Lawless murder mystery series.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In a darkened Minneapolis theatre.

Murdered after his last performance in his last Stage Fright, by Ellen Hart, b-plus, Narrated by Aimee Jolson,Produced by Audible In. downloaded from audible.

A compelling story of family passions on a big stage  . Murdered after his last performance in his last Stage Fright, by Ellen Hart, b-plus, Narrated by Aimee Jolson,Produced by Audible In. In general I don’t like the ones based on theater productions as well as the others, and that is true for this one.

Ellen Hart (born August 10, 1949) is the award-winning mystery author of the Jane Lawless and Sophie Greenaway series. She was born in Maine in August 1949. A professional chef for 14 years, Hart's mysteries include culinary elements similar to those of Diane Mott Davidson. The author says of her work, "I don't write about the Mean Streets. I don't live there I don't do lots of blood and gore. I don't do sex scenes in any great detail

Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. This was a beautifully written cozy in my opinion. The mystery was woven so tightly, I found it very hard to detangle and detach. Excellent character development (for the characters not known). A tough statement for anyone who "knows" Cordelia.

Stage Fright (Unabridged). Publisher Description. Aging theater actor Torald Werness' last curtain call is as a corpse. Murdered after his last performance in his last theatrical production, Minneapolis restaurateur-sleuth Jane Lawless finds his body onstage, impaled on a part of the set. Before long, a series of coincidences places Jane in the role of prime suspect. Mysteries & Thrillers.

Written by Ellen Hart, Audiobook narrated by Aimee Jolson. So when he jumps to his death from a downtown high-rise, it's a shocker-especially since he dies wearing women's clothes, a suicide in drag. A Jane Lawless Mystery, Book 5. By: Ellen Hart. Narrated by: Aimee Jolson. Length: 8 hrs and 12 mins.

Ellen Hart is an American the award-winning mystery writer of the Jane Lawless and Sophie Greenaway series. Hart has also taught introductory classes for mystery writers at The Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis for many years. V1KI4/?tag prabook0b-20. A Killing Cure by Hart, Ellen (1993) Hardcover. Hart received Lambda Literary Award for Best Lesbian Mystery for "A Small Sacrifice" in 1994 and Minnesota Book Award for Best Crime Fiction for "A Small Sacrifice" in 1995 and for "Faint Praise" in 1996.

Stage Fright By Ellen Hart - Jane Lawless Mystery Series Book Club Hosted by Introverted Queer Women. This is a past event. Sunday, March 24, 2019 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Location visible to members.

Ellen Hart is on a roll. St. Paul Pioneer Press. Stage Fright is urbane, political, and a real page turner. Celebrate another plum in a really fun series. Feverish tension is created and sustained for more pages than usual in popular mysteries. A stellar piece of writing.

"A compelling story of family passions on a big stage."MINNEAPOLIS STAR & TRIBUNEBook three in the Jane Lawless murder mystery series.In a darkened Minneapolis theatre, restauteur-sleuth Jane Lawless found aging actor Torald Werness dead--impaled on part of the set he had just performed on. She also discovers she's a prime suspect. Yet Jane believes the motive for the murder lies within the dead man's family, a glamorous Midwestern theatrical dynasty, whose talented members give their best performances in real life. So she and her uninhibited crony Cordelia start digging into the family dirt, and discover a tangled web of deceit....
  • Nayatol
Ellen Hart has yet to disappoint! I borrowed all her books from openlibrary and then got so hooked that I had to start buying all the others off Amazon. I love her characters, especially Cordelia! The writing of the actual mystery is good too - it's often difficult to guess who the actual culprit might be but she plays fair and leaves clues for attentive readers.
  • Kulasius
Perfect thank you
  • FreandlyMan
Even with all the holiday madness I was able to complete this story. Interesting and intriguing book.
  • Skillet
This was a beautifully written cozy in my opinion. The mystery was woven so tightly, I found it very hard to detangle and detach. Excellent character development (for the characters not known).
In this installment, it seems that Jane and Cordelia took a break from being the center of attention. A tough statement for anyone who "knows" Cordelia. Det. Trevelyan (ick!) is at his worst, meaning his best of course. The complimenting "cast" is very developed, very.
Definitely 5 stars! Grab a copy, settle down, and enjoy. You won't regret it!