I am so disappointed in this book! :(
I love cozy mystery series and this particular book was intriguing to me at first because it involved drama and acting in its plot. The author's style was too boring for me though, and the characters were a little too old-fashioned for me. For some reason Jocelyn reminded me of Bette Davis in one of her older movies.
A WHODUNIT IN THE CLASSIC TRADITION Aspiring actress Jocelyn O'Roarke vowed she'd made her last diaper commercial. Her new job as understudy to the leading lady in a smash Broadway play was sure to make her a star. She'd even captured the heart of the dashing leading man. All she needed was a chance to go on. Too bad the way she got it was murder.
Not that Jocelyn killed the late almost-great lady of the theater, Harriet Weldon. But the police suspected she had. And before she saw her name up in lights, it was going to be on a wanted poster--unless she could turn the spotlight on the real reason for Harriet's sudden exit and ring down the curtain on the killer who gave Death top billing.