Faber novel revives Tey as sleuth

<p>A new series of novels from Faber will give the role of sleuth to Josephine Tey, a playwright and novelist from the Golden Age of detective fiction. <em>An Expert in Murder</em> by <strong>Nicola Upson</strong> is &ldquo;a brilliant evocation of London&rsquo;s theatre world in the 1930s&rdquo;, says Walter Donohue, who signed UK and Commonwealth rights in the novel and a follow-up through Karolina Sutton at ICM. </p><p>Upson has worked in theatre management, and reviews crime fiction for the <em>New Statesman</em>. Her novel has won an endorsement from P D James. </p><p>Historical figure...

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