Marsh, N. Death at the Dolphin. London: The Crime Club, 1967
These novels reflect Marsh’s first love – the theatre – and Shakespearean plays in particular. Her final novel Light Thickens shows how Marsh believed Shakespeare’s Scottish play, whose name should never be spoken, should be directed, and she completed this just six weeks before her death. Enter a Murderer, the first of the theatre novels, introduces reporter Nigel Bathgate who becomes a semi-regular character in the Alleyn stories.
Marsh, N. Enter a Murderer. London: Harper Collins, 2001
Marsh, N. Final Curtain. London: The Crime Club, 1962
Marsh, N. Light Thickens. London: Collins, 1982
Marsh, N. Opening Night. London: The Crime Club, 1951