Interred With Their Bones by Jennifer Lee Carrell
I was enthralled with this book from the first page. I had just finished reading the most dry, most boring, murder mystery on the planet, then I picked up this book. What a difference! Every paragraph is infused with texture, color, and innuendo.
Interred follows the adventures of Kate Stanley in her quest of “Who was Shakespeare?” After the death of her dear friend Roz, Kate sets out to discover if William Shakespeare really is who we think he is. She is helped along the way by people we are never quite sure have Kate’s best interests at heart.
With all the Shakespeare history this could have been a dry, historical read, and it was anything but. I would love to see lots more from this debut author.