Oscar Wilde and a Game Called Murder
An Oscar Wilde Mystery by Gyles Brandreth
Synopsis (from the publisher): It's 1892, and Oscar Wilde is the toast of London, riding high on the success of his play Lady Windemere's Fan. While celebrating with friends at a dinner party he conjures up a game called "murder" that poses the question: Who would you most like to kill? Wilde and friends — including Arthur Conan Doyle, Bram Stoker, and poet Robert Sherard (the novel's narrator) — write the names of their "victims" on pieces of paper and choose them one by one. After leaving the party, Wilde scoffs at the suggestion that he may have instigated a very dangerous game indeed.
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Oscar Wilde and a Game Called Murder by Gyles Brandreth — An Oscar Wilde Mystery