A Stage For Murder by Peter Tonkin

A Stage For Murder by Peter Tonkin

Title: A Stage For Murder 
Author: Peter Tonkin
First Published: May '18
Publisher: Independently Published 
Genre: #Historical Fiction
Pages: 380
Price on Amazon: Paperback £7.99 Kindle: £2.99
ISBN: 1982904763

Will Shakespeare and the Chamberlains men are desperate, they have been fighting with their landlord Giles Allen for so long and have been homeless for about a year. 

Finally deciding to take down their stage and move to South Bank, they begin to dismantle the playhouse in secret. But when a body is found underneath with a look of total horror on its face. They call in Tom Musgrave to solve the case as they attempt to make the playhouse, more bodies are discovered with coded messages on them. 

This book sounded really interesting and I was really looking forward to reading it. Unfortunately, I found it to be really slow and in turn quiet boring. I found I couldn't get on with it and it just didn't grab my attention. The more I read the more bored I found myself getting. 

Therefore I did not finish this book and this is the reason for my rating. 

Thank You to the author for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Rating - One out of Five Stars
Would I Read Again? - No
Would I Recommend? - No
Would I read other books by the same author? - Yes

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