Edition: Uncorrected proof (trade paperback format. )
Boston: Little Brown, (1982). First edition - Published posthumously shortly after her death at age 82, this is MarshÕs final novel. The title comes from a line in Macbeth, and once again has the stage as its setting. Chief Superintendent Alleyn, investigates four murders during a production of the Scottish Play and, like ShakespeareÕs tragedy, this book is dark and psychological, Considered one of her best novels - she was writing great crime stories right to the end. 212 pp.
Condition: Very good in printed cream wrappers - some foxing to the covers, but a tight copy. An uncommon advance issue.