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This title is the second in a series of rip-roaring theatrical adventures set in the cut-throat world of Elizabethan England.When a series of unexpected disappearances and suspicious accidents start occurring at the Rose theatre, it looks like a group of rival players may be targeting Lord Bonner's men. And things really start to hot up when a mysterious fire threatens to send their plans up in smoke. Can boy actors Ben Button and Matthew Fields settle their differences to discover just who's behind these dirty - and increasingly dangerous - tricks? Readers will be hooked by the sinister sabotage and dark deception in this fiery sequel to Rogues' Gold.

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When a series of unexpected disappearances and suspicious accidents start occurring at the Rose theatre, it looks like a group of rival players may be targeting Lord Bonner's men. And things really start to hot up when a mysterious fire threatens to send their plans up in smoke. Can boy actors Ben Button and Matthew Fields settle their differences to discover just who's behind these dirty - and increasingly dangerous - tricks?… (more)

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