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|Read Book ï Morte em Palco ô Todos os atores adoram um bom drama e os membros da Causton Amateur Dramatic Society n o fogem regra Rom nticas cenas de amor, momentos de ci me e desespero, reconcilia es oper ticas, egos em f ria as emo es est o ao rubro nesta produ o amadora da pe a Amadeus Todavia, at as mentes mais criativas t m de admitir que assassinar o protagonista em palco um pouco excessivo Felizmente, o inspetor Tom Barnaby est na plateia e assume o controlo da situa o Da ex mulher ressabiada a inesperados amantes secretos e atores invejosos, n o lhe faltam suspeitos O que parece faltar lhe, sim, objetividade O bom inspetor conhece perfeitamente todos os envolvidos, s o seus vizinhos e amigos, e por isso mesmo, conseguir ver quem eles realmente s o Touch Not the Cat momentos de ci me e desespero The Charmer’s Box reconcilia es oper ticas The Charmer’s Box: Poetry egos em f ria as emo es est o ao rubro nesta produ o amadora da pe a Amadeus Todavia Red Roots (Vampire Empire, at as mentes mais criativas t m de admitir que assassinar o protagonista em palco um pouco excessivo Felizmente What to Do Until Love Finds You: The Bestselling Guide to Preparing Yourself for Your Perfect Mate o inspetor Tom Barnaby est na plateia e assume o controlo da situa o Da ex mulher ressabiada a inesperados amantes secretos e atores invejosos Rizal Beyond the Grave: A Reiteration of the Greatness of the Martyr of Bagumbayan n o lhe faltam suspeitos O que parece faltar lhe The Velvet Years: Warhol's Factory, 1965-67 sim Last Words of Saints and Sinners: 700 Final Quotes from the Famous, the Infamous, and the Inspiring Figures of History objetividade O bom inspetor conhece perfeitamente todos os envolvidos Sineater s o seus vizinhos e amigos Winters Heat (Omega Boys, e por isso mesmo Dahlia Black conseguir ver quem eles realmente s o 3.5 starsI like Barnaby and I enjoy Graham s writing Sergeant Troy is, I suppose, a product of the time not to say there isn t still a great deal of misogyny and homophobia but I find his character very distasteful Graham doesn t write Troy as a very sympathetic character, but I d like to see Barnaby call him out on his bigotry Of course, most of it is unspoken by Troy, but he does vocalize it to a degree and Barnaby, as Troy s superior, should speak up every time he does This is only the se 3.5 starsI like Barnaby and I enjoy Graham s writing Sergeant Troy is, I suppose, a product of the time not to say there isn t still a great deal of misogyny and homophobia but I find his character very distasteful Graham doesn t write Troy as a very sympathetic character, but I d like to see Barnaby call him out on his bigotry Of course, most of it is unspoken by Troy, but he does vocalize it to a degree and Barnaby, as Troy s superior, should speak up every time he does This is only the second book in the series so I m going to reserve judgment and hope for development of that character over time Although I am not much of a television watcher, and have never seen Midsomer Murders, I am really enjoying reading this series, best known for the TV adaptation This is the second in the Detectie Chief Inspector Barnaby series and, in the best tradition of so many mysteries, it is set within the theatre In this case, it is the Causton Amateur Dramatic Society, of which Barnaby s wife, Joyce, is a member Esslyn Carmichael is the leading man, whose current wife, and ex wife, are also involved i Although I am not much of a television watcher, and have never seen Midsomer Murders, I am really enjoying reading this series, best known for the TV adaptation This is the second in the Detectie Chief Inspector Barnaby series and, in the best tradition of so many mysteries, it is set within the theatre In this case, it is the Causton Amateur Dramatic Society, of which Barnaby s wife, Joyce, is a member Esslyn Carmichael is the leading man, whose current wife, and ex wife, are also involved in the cast of, Amadeus, along with a number of other characters There are rumours that Esslyn s young wife, Kitty, is having an affair and tensions rise, resulting in a murder during opening night of the play Both Barnaby, and his sidekick, Troy, were both in the audience and so find themselves investigating people that Barnaby has known well some for several years.I greatly enjoyed this mystery and preferred itthan the first in the series In a way, Caroline Graham s writing reminds me of P.D James, and Jane Haddam, in the way she gives her characters a lot of depth and background This is very much character driven, although Graham also has tight plotting Certainly a series that I wish to continue and I look forward to readingabout C.I Barnaby and his family Not the best Midsomer book I have read I preferred the Killings at Badger s Drift The tv version of this one was much better There wasn t just the one murder with the attempt on Essley s wife The romance between Deirdre and David was better played out Midsomer Murders often plays better on tv. I really enjoyed this reread with the Reading the Detectives group I enjoy Midsomer Murders on PBS, based on Caroline Graham s books, but had forgotten how cleverly snarky she was as a writer A village theatre group is rehearsing Amadeus and tensions are high mistakes are made, egos clash, gossip snakes through the group Graham really nails the theatrical setting She brilliantly skewers the egos of amateur actors and directors, giving the reader great characters and a building tension th I really enjoyed this reread with the Reading the Detectives group I enjoy Midsomer Murders on PBS, based on Caroline Graham s books, but had forgotten how cleverly snarky she was as a writer A village theatre group is rehearsing Amadeus and tensions are high mistakes are made, egos clash, gossip snakes through the group Graham really nails the theatrical setting She brilliantly skewers the egos of amateur actors and directors, giving the reader great characters and a building tension that will obviously end in a murder it s just a question of which awful, shallow character will be the victimNo spoilers, but a very enjoyable murder mystery with snarky, clever dialogue, great characters and a very likable detective in Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby I look forward to rereadingin this series