As KEY News film and theater critic, Caroline Enright knows her opinions have influenced the box office habits of millions of Americans. She has taken her fair share of irate phone calls, and even an occasional threat, from disgruntled movie producers and agents angered over her reviews. But she is unprepared when her trip to the Warrenstown Summer Playhouse is interrupted by murder. Traveling to the rolling Berkshire mountains to do a piece on the prestigious summer acting festival for the morning news show KEY to America, Caroline discovers that someone in this quaint college town has a secret worth killing over. Caroline's stepdaughter, Meg, is apprenticing at the festival and has a small part in a new play with Belinda Winthrop, a twenty-year veteran of Warrenstown, adding her renowned Oscar- and Tony-winning talents to the project. The opening night of the play is an unvarnished success, but no one, onstage or off, is safe. Used to ferreting out the details of behind-the-scenes intrigue in Hollywood and on Broadway, Caroline must now turn her considerable journalistic skills to unmasking a murderer before she and Meg become the next victims of a ruthless killer possessing no shame or remorse. A killer living as a respected member of the community. A killer who can do literally anything at all and feel absolutely no guilt.
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by Mary Jane Clark
by Mary Higgins Clark
"Critic Caroline Enright looks forward to interviewing her favorite movie star and reporting on the opening night of a hot new play. But anticipation turns to dread as murders stack up in a small summer theater community. Isabel Keating presents a competent and transparent rendition of the crime drama, imparting believability to both heroes and villains of both genders. Her renditions of Caroline's two cameramen deserve special note for their comedic timing and accents. Keating keeps the plot moving at a brisk pace, and her subtle shadings of voice avoid giving away the killer's identity too soon. This will keep listeners wide awake on a long drive. R.L.L. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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