Book Review. An Act of Foul Play By T. E. Kinsey

After being disappointed by the last book in this series, I very much enjoyed reading An Act of Foul Play. As the curtain goes up inside Bristol Theatre on Act 2, a dead man is revealed on stage which gives everyone sitting in the theatre a shock! Especially as initially they assume it to be part of the play. Our protagonists Lady Hardcastle and her maid Florence Armstrong are first at the scene of the crime, as members of the audience. The dialogue is back to its sparkly best and events move quickly, including a poignant secondary story set in the local pub, The Dog and Duck. Flo and Hardcastle have their work cut out to solve both mysteries.

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