His Majesty's Theatre

A four-part serialized historical novel

Publisher's note: This wonderful four-part serialized historical novel is perfect for Downton Abbey enthusiasts. Filled with the history of the British theatre and allusions to Shakespeare, His Majesty’s Theatre is set in Victorian England circa 1887 through 1904. The characters come from all echelons of British society, highest to lowest, gay and straight, educated and illiterate, working in the theatre currently named Her Majesty’s, which changes according to the gender of the Monarch. Only working in a theatre could these desperate individuals interact as equals. Professional rivalries, jilted lovers, and finally a murder bring them all together under one roof: His Majesty's Theatre.


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