A professional criminologist, Rosalind works with a cranky private investigator named McBridea long-time association that has led her from one sordid foray to another in the world of crime. Her passionate escape is theatre and her latest venture is with a company of out-of-work actors putting on an independent production of Hamlet. Shakespeare's language is a fabulous distraction until the uncanny parallels between life and artbegin to unnerve her. Peter King, a respected environmental lawyer working tirelessly to keep water in the public domain, dies suddenly. Is it murder? His son Daniel thinks so. And as Roz and McBride delve deeper into the case, it becomes all too clear that there are those who will stop at nothing to ensure their foul deeds stay buried.
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About the Author
Linda Moore resides in Halifax and has a cottage in Kingsport, Nova Scotia, on the Minas Basin. She works as a theatre director across Canada and was Artistic Director of Neptune Theatre in Halifax throughout the nineties. She has received several Robert Merritt Awards, including the 2015 award for Outstanding Direction. Linda has been a guest director at McGill, Memorial, UVic and Dalhousie and was the Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison.