Summary

Lily Bard went to Shakespeare for the quiet life, but again this is disrupted when the body of one of Lily's clients, the ill reputed Deedra Dean, is found in her car, the apparent victim of a tryst gone wrong. Lily once again uses her knowledge of the private lives of Shakespeare's residents as she is drawn into the investigation. But will her knowledge of Shakespeare's secrets make her the next victim?
©2009 Charlaine Harris (P)2009 Whole Story Audio Books
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ellie on 27-11-13

Enjoyable episode in the Lily Bard series

Would you listen to Shakespeare's Trollop again? Why?

I have already listened to it twice. I loved the story and found it compelling as with all the others in this series. I love the development of the characterisation of Lily from book to book as she becomes more and more involved in the lives of those around her.

The narrators voice, I find, is just right to evoke the setting and characters.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 14-12-11

Good Book, Great Listen

Would you listen to Shakespeare's Trollop again? Why?

Yes I have listened to this more than once. The story line is interesting enough to keep your attention without too many twists to distract so it is an easy book to listen to while doing other tasks.

What other book might you compare Shakespeare's Trollop to and why?

Any of the Shakespeare series or the Harper Connelly series by Charlaine Harris. The series are interesting detective novels and are easy to listen to. Good narrators make them a good choice too.

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