Audition for Murder

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 2000 - Fiction - 250 pages
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Leave it to a diva like the aging and taciturn Lily London to steal the show by dying during struggling actress Morgan Taylor's audition. Sure, Lily was supposed to audition with Morgan who had jokingly left a message threatening to kill Lily if she was late, but really, she'd never be that desperate for work. She hoped. Then another corpse takes center stage, and things are getting...dramatic, especially when a killer decides it's time to make Morgan's next curtain call her last.

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User Review  - bridgetmarkwood - LibraryThing

This book was just what I wanted from a book at the time I read it! It is a nice, light read. Really fun if you have ever been in the theatre world! Nicely developed characters and plot. Read full review

AUDITION FOR MURDER

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A foray into Chicago's theater world introduces Morgan Taylor (nÇe Miriam Tiersky), daughter of a loving Jewish family, who scratches out a living with part-time work at the Junque and Stuffe antique ... Read full review

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Best-selling author Susan Sussman writes books for adults and children as well as screenplays, plays, musicals and articles. Her books have been translated into many languages and she won an EMMY for the adaptation of her children's book "There's No Such Thing as a Chanukah Bush, Sandy Goldstein." Originally from Chicago, Sussman now lives in Miami with her husband Barry.

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