Cruising for Murderby Susan Sussman, Sarajane Avidon
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Timing is everything. When Chicago actress Morgan Taylor's old theater friend calls, pleading with Morgan to fill in for a cast member aboard a cruise ship, Morgan has just finished a long, exhausting run in "Rent". She is also suffering through one of the coldest winters in Chicago history. Let's see -- blinding blizzards and bitter cold, or palm trees and sun-warmed sand? Hmmmmm. Morgan hops the next plane to the Port of Miami.
As the ship sails, Morgan learns the girl she's replacing died 'suddenly' -- "murdered" whisper some. And between rehearsals, wardrobe fittings and performances, Morgan's own safety is threatened. Not everyone, it seems, is happy she joined the cast. Then another performer goes missing and this time there is no question the girl was murdered.
"Sussman and Avidon deliver an amazingly fresh and entertaining puzzle sure to have mystery fans crying "Encore!" once again."
Meet the Author
Susan Sussman is the author of twenty-two books as well as numerous articles and musicals. She won an EMMY for the screen adaptation of her book THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS A CHANUKAH BUSH, SANDY GOLDSTEIN (now available on DVD) and is currently working on a mystery series set in the courtrooms of south Florida.
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