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Sicken and So Die (1995)
by Simon Brett
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0373262620, Paperback)A funny and stylish return for Charles Paris, the thespian sleuth created by Simon Brett, Sicken and So Die is a delightful take on the world of avant-garde theatre and a classic whodunit sure to please Brett's devoted readers. Staging a successful play is a high-stakes venture for all involved, and jealousies can run wild in the business. When strange illnesses start pointing toward poison, it's up to Paris to stay ahead of the intrigue or wind up hospitalized, or worse, in the morgue.
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A theater murder mystery starring sleuth and actor Charles Paris. The events occur as Paris' troupe prepares to perform Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. The appointment of a new director has split the troupe into warring camps, those who favor a classic presentation and those who want more spectacle.
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