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Who knew marriage could be so much fun? Jill: I just recently watched The Thin Man movies through from start to finish! I've always loved them. No wonder I love your books! What aspect of writing do you enjoy most? Julianna: I love having written. I love when I get a scene or a chapter or a book finished.
I especially love when my words actually appear in book form. But they are not fun to write.
Jill: I hear ya. Do you have any work currently in process? Can we hear about it?
I definitely have a lot of work to do. Jill: Yay! I was so delighted to hear this news!
Drew and Madeline have more exciting adventures ahead. Would you share a brief excerpt from Murder at the Mikado? The Knight and Steed was empty but for the dozen or so customers clustered around the big table in the middle of the room and two others off by themselves in the corner.
From the gramophone, a quartet sang the jaunty American tune "Nobody's Sweetheart. All of them came from down the street at the Tivoli. Mostly they came in late, after performances, with the rest of the theater crowd.
But Mondays, when the theater was closed or when they'd had an early rehearsal, they might come in for a little something, often with friends and hangers on. This was one of those early days. It wasn't even five yet, a grim, blustery day, and they'd only just started to drink. The large group was boisterous, chatting and laughing, sometimes roaring when one of them displayed a spark of wit. The two in the corner were huddled together, talking so low no one could have heard them even if the others had been utterly silent.
The man was well known, lead actor and owner of the Tivoli.
His leading lady wife was at the large table with the others. The woman with him was a reporter for one of the local scandal sheets.
As he spoke to her, his eyes gleamed with a passion that had nothing to do with love or even lust, but it was vivid and urgent all the same.
And it's got plenty of—" He broke off, glaring until the barman hurried away. Then he and the reporter put their heads together, conspiring once more as the group at the large table called out their orders. A tall woman swathed in furs hurried over to the corner table. She brushed a few determined snowflakes off her sleek black hair and then looked pointedly at the unoccupied chair next to him. He shrugged. I have business to attend to.
I mean it. The actor lifted his glass to her and then took a sip of sherry before turning again to his uninvited guest. I'm absolutely going to—" He scowled at the barman who had brought the other table their drinks and was making a great show of not listening in, and then he dropped his voice.
The conversation was again low and intense until the lady reporter gave a shrill, mocking laugh. The room fell silent and, with a dull screech of chair legs, the newcomer sprang to her feet and snatched up her furs.
Leave those two to their plotting. It's all monstrously dull. Come and hear all about when I played Hamlet in Berlin. I was all of twenty-two. Thank you so much for joining me at Books, Cats, and Whimsy today! Thank you, Jill! It was a pleasure. When a celebrated actor is found murdered in his dressing room, all signs point to Drew's old flame.
But behind the curtains nothing is what it seems and this quickly becomes his most puzzling case yet. Just as Drew Farthering thinks his life has calmed down some, Fleur Landis, a former girlfriend, reappears, in dire need of his help.
She's married now, no longer an actress--but the lead actor in her former troupe's production of The Mikado has been murdered, and Fleur is the police's number one suspect. I was always looking for ways to connect my students to reading in creative and fun ways.
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I had to create QR codes for every resource by copying the link within Destiny and using a QR code generator.
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