Oxford, 1987, and a young actress playing Shakespeare’s doomed heroine Ophelia ends up dying on-stage during a theatrical production of Hamlet. A “suspicious death” inquiry is opened, but when a suspect in the case is also murdered, veteran police Inspector Morse becomes convinced the two deaths are related to the strange events of a similar student production from 1962, one that he himself was a part of…
Morse faces dark memories and suspects in a theatrical murder mystery by Alma Cullen.
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