Foiled Again by J. S. Borthwick
(Sarah Deane Mysteries)

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The Drama School at Bowmouth College is staging its annual Halloween masquerade, known for being a little unusual. This year it's Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet with a twist---Romiette and Julio instead. English professor and sometime amateur sleuth Sarah Deane has been recruited to assist backstage with the complicated costume changes.
Drama students are known for being mischievous and high-strung, but this year things are a little more serious: During rehearsals a couple of the student actors pass the time by taking whacks at each other with the stage props, and their horseplay leaves Todd Mancuso, the brilliant actor playing Mercutio, wounded. And when Sarah stumbles upon a badly injured student hidden away in a stockroom on Halloween night, events take a turn for the worse. By the time the production is finally staged, a member of the faculty has been badly injured and a student has been killed. Talk about drama!
Sarah gets involved, of course, to sort out a mess that involves academic politics, angry actors, and student activities gone horribly wrong.

About J. S. Borthwick

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J. S. Bortwick lives with her family on the Maine coast, where many of her mysteries are set.
Published February 6, 2007 by Minotaur Books. 368 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Along with his best friend, the Dean’s son Derek Mosely, Grover Blaine, the most hated man on campus, is facing sexual-harassment charges until Sarah finds Grover dead in the green room—making her once more a thorn in the side of Sergeant George Fitts, of the Maine State Police.

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She is a close friend of Vera Pruczak, director of the School of Drama at Bowmouth College, but as a low person on the totem pole in the English Department, whose chairman is in a turf war with Vera, it behooves her to keep free of the conflict.

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