Spirits Onstage

Spirits Onstage Daisy Gumm Majesty Pasadena s spiritualist medium to folks with money than sense is talked into playing the role of mean Katisha in her church s production of Gilbert and Sullivan s operetta The Mi

  • Title: Spirits Onstage
  • Author: Alice Duncan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    Daisy Gumm Majesty, Pasadena s spiritualist medium to folks with money than sense, is talked into playing the role of mean Katisha in her church s production of Gilbert and Sullivan s operetta, The Mikado As rehearsals progress and Daisy falls into her role, the producer s wife experiences a mysterious decline in health, a cast member claims someone is trying to killDaisy Gumm Majesty, Pasadena s spiritualist medium to folks with money than sense, is talked into playing the role of mean Katisha in her church s production of Gilbert and Sullivan s operetta, The Mikado As rehearsals progress and Daisy falls into her role, the producer s wife experiences a mysterious decline in health, a cast member claims someone is trying to kill her, and the husband of another cast member is murdered Knowing Detective Sam Rotondo has his hands full, Daisy turns her attention to the murder, convinced Gloria Lippincott did her husband in But no matter how Daisy twists and turns the facts, Gloria s alibi is rock solid Then Daisy discovers the Silver Ghost.

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    • Betty says:

      Operetta For DaisyIt is in the 20's and Daisy is still recovering from Billy's death. Mrs. Pinkerton is given a party to thank Daisy and Sam for solving the case of KKK clan that were harassing her. Harold and friends convince Daisy should played Katisha in their operetta which is to be held at her church. One of the players is kill in a hit and run; another actor is a suspect in the accident. Sam is assign to the case and Daisy is helping him. They need to find answers so all the actors are not [...]

    • Shirley Worley says:

      Harold introduces Daisy to several friends who want to form a little musical operetta company. Harold convinces Daisy to sing in the operetta to be performed at her church, of all places! After practice begins, Daisy learns one of the singers believes someone is trying to kill her, her estranged husband ends up dead, and another woman turns ill. Daisy believes her symptoms resemble poisoning. Daisy is in the perfect position to investigate and eventually Sam is pulled in also. At the end, Sam ag [...]

    • Kilian Metcalf says:

      Ah, Daisy, you are a delight! The eighth book of the series, and you're still as fresh and funny as you were in the first. You are perfectly cast as Katisha when your church decides to put on a production of The Mikado.In between rehearsals and trying to solve a mystery, Daisy and Sam don't have too much time together, but that's all right. It gives their romance time to grow slowly, as it should.The little glimpses we have of Pasadena in the 1920s add a bit of enjoyment for those of us familiar [...]

    • Kat says:

      i won this book from the author and it arrived on my b day 2015! what a wonderful surprise, i totally love this seriesshe is made to be in a play, she didnt want to. the cop kissed her by his car as he was leaving her house after dinner, that really surprised her. there is a murder of a man, and some adultery going on in the crowd she knows.love how these books take place in pasadena!a rock comes off the roof of the church almost killing the widow of the man that was run over by the car. the BES [...]

    • Joanna says:

      I love Daisy Gumm Majesty and enjoyed this installment which somehow I missed until a couple of weeks ago. Daisy is singing in public now in an operetta with many of her choir friends and, surprise of all surprises, Sam gets involved as well. It appears her relationship with Sam is finally going forward .a bit anyway. I can't say much more without giving things away so this is it. Just read the book!

    • Margaret says:

      An Old Fashioned Who Dunnit Daisy (Desdemona) Majesty is a gosh darn fake psychic medium who uses her powers of observation to provide "psychic" counselling and to solve mysteries in 1920's Pasadena. Daisy along with her clients, friends and various acquaintances provide a lively picture of life in a much different time . Deceptively simple these stories remind me of "The Thin Man " movies in their tone. Fun and easy to read, I look forward to more of Daisy's adventures.

    • Pat Beard says:

      Daisy finds herself in another unfamiliar milieu when she gets coerced into appearing in an operetta. Needless to say mayhem ensues among the cast. The relationship develops. Nice cozy read.

    • Debra says:

      Enjoyable.

    • Jill says:

      Daisy Gumm what a character. I love the stories, the characters and the twists and turns of these stories. I hope there will be many more.

    • Melody says:

      Another great book by one of my favorite authors, Alice Duncan. This series and its characters series always leave me waiting for the next book.

    • Beth Yeary says:

      This book in the series seemed to move faster then the last one. I don't know why. I ded enjoy the ending, and can't wait until the nest book is out.

    • Debra Fitzgerald says:

      I enjoyed this bookry muchlooking forward to the next book in the series!

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