About the Book:
When Holland's wheel-chair bound aunt in London asks her to spy on a local artist she's convinced killed her brother, Holly's up for the challenge. Only the Victorian roof lines turn out to provide more spying material than just the artist. When she chances upon the sound of Shakespeare through an open skylight, she just has to pause, perchance to dream.
Stage actor, Nicolas Hewitt, famous for his face as well as his talent, is reading Hamlet and Holland can't resist a closer look. Only, she slips, crashing through the half-constructed skylight right on top of Nicholas and deep into the shards of a murder scene.
Suddenly, she's no longer an observer but a player and in this game the stakes are life and death.
About the Author:
In her past lives, Jane Thornley has been an English teacher, librarian, painter, exotic tour host, artist, business owner and artist but always a novelist.
Writer's are observer's of human nature, right? So, might I be forgiven for imagining a writer turning into a peeping Thomasina in the name of research?
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