Haunt Me Still

Haunt Me Still

A Novel

Book - 2010
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Shakespearean scholar Kate Stanley and Ben Pearl, her partner in crime-solving, find themselves in a desperate race to discover a lost version of "Macbeth, " said to contain rituals of witchcraft aimed at conjuring demonic forces to gain forbidden knowledge. However much Kate would like to dismiss such rituals as superstition, someone else appears willing to kill for them--and for the manuscript said to spell them out.
Publisher: New York : Dutton, 2010.
ISBN: 9780525950776
Characteristics: 406 p. ; 24 cm.


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Dec 09, 2013

Okay, when I see "haunted" in the title, there better be some ghosts. Or at least one spooky part. And this title is clearly mislabeled. But it is just a Dan Brown wannabe that fuses Shakespeare's MacBeth with a lot of confusing jabberwocky that may or may not be true fact. Or even close to the truth about the wonderful myths that surround this play. And some people say that they can't understand the Bard!

Sep 22, 2012

loved this book i could not put it down and learned alot of new things about one of the greatest playwrights in history. loved the mix the book was beyond what i could have thought it was. get ready for a great read u will be hooked.

debwalker Mar 12, 2011

Shakespearean scholar and theatre director Kate Stanley thinks the superstitious dread of Macbeth is foolish – until she begins reheasals for a production at the foot of Scotland’s Dunsinane Hill.


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