Peter James crime novel Looking Good Dead adapted for the stage
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Peter James crime novel Looking Good Dead adapted for the stage

The story, part of James' popular Roy Grace series, revolves around a man who witnesses a vicious murder, placing his family in grave danger

Francine Wolfisz is the Features Editor for Jewish News.

Crime novelist Peter JamesLooking Good Dead has been adapted for the stage and will embark on a UK tour next year.

The story, part of his popular Roy Grace series, revolves around a man who witnesses a vicious murder, placing his family in grave danger.

This is the fifth of James’ novels adapted for the stage, following The House on Cold Hill starring Joe McFadden and Rita Simons, Not Dead Enough starring Shane Richie and Laura Whitmore, The Perfect Murder starring Shane Richie and Jessie Wallace and Dead Simple starring Tina Hobley.

James said: “I can scarcely believe this is the fifth of my novels to be adapted for the stage. It has been a tremendous thrill to see my characters so brilliantly brought to life, and it has been quite humbling to have seen such passion and enthusiasm, repeatedly, from audiences around the nation.”

Tickets for the show, which opens in March, are on sale now via www.ents24.com

 

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