Much Ado About Murder by Anne Perry

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New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry and a stellar cast of today's finest mystery authors have come up with a few stabs at the Bard. Featuring stories by:


About Anne Perry

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Anne Perry was born in Blackheath, London in 1938. From an early age, she enjoyed reading and two of her favorite authors were Lewis Carroll and Charles Kingsley. Her first novel was The Cater Street Hangman, which came out in 1979. Since then she has authored a number of bestselling titles including The Twisted Root, Half Moon Street, and Bedford Square.
Published December 3, 2002 by Berkley Hardcover. 352 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Perry (Death of a Stranger, p. 1180, etc.) and 16 accomplices take on the daunting job of rewriting Shakespeare.

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Much Ado About Murder, an all-original Shakespeare-themed anthology edited by Anne Perry, gathers tales by 17 top mystery writers, most of them stars in the historical category, from both sides of the Atlantic.

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Another play it is hard to imagine as a comedy is the Scottish play, Macbeth, and yet Marcia Talley in ³Too Many Cooks² tells a very humorous tale.

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