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Murder Takes the Stage

(Peter and Georgia Marsh #6)

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A new investigation for family duo Peter and Georgia Marsh - Peter and Georgia Marsh are in the Kentish seaside resort of Broadgate, on the trail of Georgia's missing brother Rick when they come across the strange tale of a haunted fish and chip shop. They pursue both mysteries but the journey to discovery is a dangerous one. There is much at risk.
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by Severn House Publishers (first published 2009)
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Ivonne Rovira
Sep 16, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Longtime readers of the Marsh and Daughter series know that Peter Marsh and his daughter Georgia have their own "fingerprint of time": the sudden disappearance of Peter's son (and Georgia's brother) Rick in 1994 while trekking in France. In Murder Takes the Stage, the sixth book in the series, Rick's disappearance comes to the center of the novel.

That painful loss for the Marshes in many way corresponds to the latest mystery being investigated by the father-daughter duo: Who really killed Joan
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Father and daughter true-crime writing team, Peter and Georgia Marsh, are tracking a lead to their missing son and brother, when they come upon an old crime that, to them, has the aura of unfinished business. Seaside clown Tom was acquitted of killing his promiscuous wife, but then he disappeared, and his friends assumed he'd killed himself. Then a journalist long-fascinated with the case is murdered.
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Amy Myers was born in Kent, where she still lives, although she has now ventured to the far side of the Medway. For many years a director of a London publishing company, she is now a full-time writer. Married to an American, she lived for some years in Paris, where, surrounded by food, she first dreamed up her Victorian chef detective Auguste Didier. Currently she
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