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Binding has minimal wear. Quilter's father, Gerard, is on trial for the murder of an enemy, but he denies the charge, and Nicholas Bracewell sets about proving his innocence.
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However, Bracewell's loyalty to Francis drives a wedge between the players. Who will clear the Quilter family name? When unexpected disaster strikes Lord Westfield's Men during a packed performance, Nicholas Bracewell must save the day. Will a vagabond clown prophesy the end of the troupe - and perhaps the demise of Nick himself?
Nicholas Bracewell befriends a young beggar who is trying to eke out a living as a counterfeit crank, pretending to have spectacular epileptic fits in order to get money from gullible bystanders. When the beggar is murdered inside Bridewell, Nicholas has to pose as a beggar himself in order to get inside the notorious institution so that he can solve the crime.
Counterfeiting of all kinds is exposed. Lord Westfield's Men, the most successful troupe in London and a prime target for jealousy and resentment, are plagued by a series of practical jokes. But when one of their actors is murdered, the humour turns distinctly sour.
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Appalling events continue: Lawrence Firethorn, actor manager, is stalked by a mysterious lady; the sole copy of The Malevolent Comedy - the company's new play - is stolen; their leading apprentice is abducted; and there is an attempt on the life of Lord Westfield, their patron. A fire at the Queen's Head deprives Westfield's Men of their home, so they seize the opportunity to travel to Denmark with their patron, Lord Westfield, who is to marry a beautiful young Danish widow.
When they reach Elsinore castle, they are given a warm welcome, but the murder of Rolfe Harling, who brokered the wedding, changes the whole atmosphere of the place. Danger threatens from all sides, including England, where one man seeks revenge and dispatches assassins after the troupe. They are soon caught up in a complex web of political intrigue and betrayal. Nicholas Bracewell 16 books in series. The Queen's Head Summary. Book 1. Add to basket failed. Please try again later. Add to wishlist failed. Free with day trial. The Counterfeit Crank Edward Marston.
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The Laughing Hangman Edward Marston. Review quote 'A wild romp with subplots as amusing as those of many an Elizabethan comedy' Kirkus Reviews 'A richly detailed evocation of time and place Kirkus Reviews show more. About Edward Marston Edward Marston has written over a hundred books, including some non fiction. He is best known for his hugely successful Railway Detective series. Rating details.
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