In a Teapot: A Scott Elliott Mystery

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Crum Creek Press, Sep 1, 2005 - Fiction - 118 pages
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A film version of THE TEMPEST, William Shakespeare's final play, featuring the cream of Hollywood's aristocratic British Colony? When the project is announced in 1948, it sounds like an idea that can't miss. But then the whispers start about one of those British actors and a burlesque queen, and murder follows shortly. Enter Scott Elliott, top operative of Hollywood Security and the soon-to-be husband of the lovely Ella Englehart. To get to the altar, Elliott must dodge blonde bombshells and gangsters, and solve a mystery that echoes Shakespeare's crowning work.

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Review: In a Teapot (Scott Elliott Mystery #4)

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

In this novella, fourth in the Scott Elliott series but second chronologically, the actor-turned-detective must keep an illicit affair from ruining a great romance, specifically Shakespeare's The ... Read full review

Review: In a Teapot (Scott Elliott Mystery #4)

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

This is a mystery novella about actor-turned-detective Scott Elliott and compliments the other books in author Terence Faherty's outsatanding Scott Elliott series. There have been many mstery stories ... Read full review

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Terence Faherty's Scott Elliott series has been honored twice with the Private Eye Writers of America's Shamus Award. His amateur sleuth series, featuring failed seminarian Owen Keane, has received two nominations for the Edgar Allen Poe Award from the Mystery Writers of America. Faherty lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, with his wife Jan.

Before Robin Agnew sold mystery books, she was a mystery fan and a watercolor artist who sold her paintings at various summer art fairs. Her lifelong loves of art and mysteries are often combined when she has the opportunity to illustrate books for The Mystery Company; and she's able to read lots at Aunt Agatha's, her mystery bookstore in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she lives with her husband and two children.

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