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Andrea K Höst

Australian writer of science fiction and fantasy.
Death at the Dolphin - Ngaio Marsh, James Saxon Back to Marsh's strength with a theatrical murder. Structurally this is an unusual mystery, spanning over a year and a half. In many ways it is more paean to Shakespeare, to theatre, than it is mystery. Overall it works well, and the primary protagonist is a likeable type. It doesn't quite capture me enough to be a favourite, but definitely one of Marsh's better books.