Is director Sadie Grey going mad? Or is the Macbeth play really haunted by his ghost? Captured by the spirit’s virile and complex character, Sadie struggles to invest the commonplace performance of actor Curtis with the intensity of the true Macbeth.
Her direction flounders as she falls under the spirit’s spell, creating dissension in the cast. With her contract in jeopardy, Sadie has to choose – the play or “Mac”?
The resulting maelstrom throws Sadie into a nightmare encounter. Tragedy strikes. Can Mac and Sadie find a way through?
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Elizabeth has 18 novels published by Harlequin Mills & Boon and two Georgian crimes, The Gilded Shroud and The Deathly Portent, with Berkley Books (Penguin US). Her dual time novel Fly The Wild Echoes (a contender for the Booker Prize in 2005) is now followed by For One More Tomorrow, where the ghost of the real Macbeth returns, protesting his villainous portrayal by Shakespeare.
Elizabeth is also publishing new historical romances, of which Mademoiselle at Arms and The Conqueror's Dilemma are currently available in digital format.