Everything You Know About the Squinting
Sleep of Death
by Philip Gooden
Not a very well-written book, it seems, but still it manages to be more engrossing than Spenser.

A player at the Globe in the late 1500's tries to solve a murder seemingly based on Hamlet. Don't get me wrong, I like a lot of this book, but I know good writing, and this is not good writing. Also, how many times do we need the plot of Hamlet summarized for us? I understand that it's important for the plot of the murder mystery, but I think one or two summaries should be enough for anyone who can read...
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