Docketful of Poesy (Poetic Death Mystery Series #4)

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A poetry scholar joins a film crew in the English Lake District, enjoying the glamor, till the adventure turns deadly.

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A poetry scholar joins a film crew in the English Lake District, enjoying the glamor, till the adventure turns deadly.

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Killian's entertaining fourth mystery to feature Grace Hollister (after 2006's Sonnet of the Sphinx) takes the literary scholar from Los Angeles to England's Lake District, where an adaptation of her memoir, Dangerous to Know, is being filmed for cable TV. After the movie's screenwriter dies in a hit-and-run in L.A., Grace gets hired as a script doctor. She shifts into gumshoe mode on the set after various mishaps, including an actor's poisoning. Might there be a link between the film company's woes and two armed men breaking into the shop of her lover, Peter Fox, a former jewel thief turned antiques dealer? When not busy researching her latest forgotten female poet, Grace investigates the film crew, finding more questions than answers. Meanwhile, misunderstandings between Grace and Peter, as well as a certain local police detective in love with Grace, threaten their relationship. Series fans will eagerly await further developments in the next installment. (Apr.)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781880284971
  • Publisher: Daniel, John & Company, Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/7/2009
  • Series: Poetic Death Mystery Series , #4
  • Pages: 248
  • Sales rank: 1,039,683
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Posted February 7, 2009

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    The latest literary scholar amateur sleuth Grace Hollister is a terrific tale

    Byronic scholar Grace Hollister is excited with the cable film adaptation of her memoir Dangerous to Know. Invited to the set, she travels from Los Angeles to the movie location in the Lake District thinking this will be a fun English country holiday.<BR/><BR/>However when the TV movie's screenwriter dies in a hit-and-run, the producer hires Grace as the script doctor. Upon arrival on location, Grace notices several questionable incidents, but initially assumes it is a coincidence until a poisoning occurs. When her lover reformed jewel thief turned antiques dealer Peter Fox informs her someone broke into his shop, she begins to investigate thinking there is a link to the shop¿s B&E and the film¿s misfortunate happenings though she cannot see what that is and even doubts her theory. As she researches her next forgotten literary star project, Grace makes inquiries into the film crew.<BR/><BR/>The latest literary scholar amateur sleuth Grace Hollister (see SONNET OF THE SPHINX) is a terrific tale as the heroine holds together several intriguing subplots. Besides her research into a poet, she investigates the break-in into the antiques shop and the problems on the movie set. She also has some issues with Peter accentuated by a cop who wants her. DOCKETFUL OF POESY is a wonderful mystery as Grace uses her literary research skills to investigate HIGH RHYMES AND MISDEMEANORS.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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