Playing Dead by Vena Cork. Published by Endeavour

Rosa Thorn, star of a wildly popular soap opera, is royally ticked off when the scene she wanted is stolen by co-star Elsa. But then Elsa is killed in a manner similar to the way her character on the show was offed. Suddenly, Rosa is glad she didn’t have that scene, and now she’s up for a BAFTA. Things are looking up, as least for a short time, then Rosa is accused of being involved in several murders. This is a novella by the popular Cork, but it doesn’t live up to her usual standards. It may just be that the story was too short to build any real sense of suspense

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