Book Reviews of Stage Fright (Jane Lawless, Bk 3)

Stage Fright (Jane Lawless, Bk 3)
Stage Fright - Jane Lawless, Bk 3
Author: Ellen Hart
ISBN-13: 9780345381422
ISBN-10: 0345381424
Publication Date: 5/1/1994
Pages: 245
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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Aging theater actor Torald Werness's 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.

Determined to clear her name, Jane turns to her best friend, Cordelia, for help. Together, their intuition leads them to the dead man's family, a glamorous--and appropriately melodramatic--Midwestern theatrical dynasty. Jane and Cordelia must separate the theatrics from reality before Jane takes the blame for someone else's crime, and their search for the true killer uncovers a tangled and dangerous web of deceit. All in all, Stage Fright is another engaging, dynamic installment in Ellen Hart's award-winning series.
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I like the main character of this series. It is an entertaining book.
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A very good mystery series.
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It's too bad that this series has to be labeled "lesbian fiction" because I suspect more people would read it. Ellen Hart writes a good story no matter the sexual orientation of her characters. This is a good series about a restaurant owner who finds herself involved in "who dunit's", greatly disliked by the local detective who thinks she is too nosy, of course, and a fun cast of characters. Try the Jane Lawless is worth reading.