Foul Deeds

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Nimbus Publishing, 2012.
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    [synopsis] => A Shakespeare-loving criminologist investigates a tragic case of murder in a "fast-paced tale that gets both the intellect and the heart racing" (Louise Penny, author of Still Life and Dead Cold).

A Halifax criminologist, Rosalind has an unquenchable love of drama. Perhaps that's why she continues to work for the cranky private investigator McBride. Over the years, their association has led her from one sordid foray to another in the world of crime. But when real-world drama gets to be too much, she escapes into the world of theater.

Lately Ros has been helping a company of local actors put on a small production of Hamlet. She finds the poetic language a perfect distraction from her job ... until uncanny parallels between life and art become too unnerving to ignore. When environmental lawyer Peter King suddenly, his son Daniel suspects murder. 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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