11 thoughts on “In The Spotlight: Jocelyn Davey’s A Touch of Stage Fright*

  1. Sounds good. I always like theatrical settings for mysteries – all those flamboyant theatre people make interesting characters! And yet another author I’ve never heard of…

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    1. That’s one of the things about these characters, FictionFan: Some of them really are flamboyant. A few even have flamboyant names (or at least, strange ones!). If you read it, I hope you’ll enjoy it.

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  2. Reblogged this on Jane Risdon and commented:
    Margot Kindberg has another author and novel in her Spotlight. I hope you pop over and listen to her thoughts about Jocelyn Daveys, A Touch of Stage Fright. It makes for fascinating listening.

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  3. Fascinating. Thanks so much. Yes, the theatre and islands make for great settings for mysteries and crime. I found this so interesting. Another for the TBR pile. Reblogged. Appreciated.

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    1. Thanks very much, Jane! And thanks for reblogging, too! You’re right about the theatre as a context; it really can work well for a mystery. And so does an island, even if the characters aren’t trapped on it.

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