Murder on Cue (Jocelyn O'Roarke Mystery #1)
Publish date: October 1st 1992
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Everyone around Harriet — from Harriet’s family down to the stage manager — has a motive to murder, if given the right opportunity.
This is a fun little cozy with a late 70’s/early 80’s (I think?) theatrical setting. I’m guessing the year based on the vintage payphones (I strangely miss payphones), the casual homophobia (ick, why?), the total lack of computers, and the fact that nobody got screamed at or fined for smoking in pub...
Murder on Cue is the first in a series of mysteries about Jocelyn O’Roarke, a New York actress. From the beginning it reminded me of the Charles Paris mysteries by Simon Brett and that is always a good thing. You are plunged into the atmosphere of the New York theater scene. It is a setting that ...