The treasure was to be found in an English country house, and it was worth one million pounds, but what was the treasure, was it jewels or something else? Various parties were searching; American gangsters among them, and all had to unravel the clues to be found in the works of Shakespeare. Murder followed murder as the ruthless search continued....
|Title||:||The Shakespeare Murders|
|Number of Pages||:||192 Pages|
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The Shakespeare Murders Reviews
At first I thought Kerrigan was just a poor imitation of Simon Templar but this turned out not to be so and he was actually a very likeable rogue and a bit more vulnerable than the Saint. I must find out if he features in any other of Macdonell's books. This book is more a thriller than a detective story and rattles along quite nicely with a fair amount of, but not too much, wit in the dialogue. Set in a country house with many different factions, all after " The Treasure" which many generations have not only failed to find but not even discover what it is. Quite original and very enjoyable.
If you like loveable rogues and puzzles give this book a try.
BoringThe beginning was good but later on the author make you lost in unnecessary details to the extent of boredom
A good story and cleverly thought out.