|~When the Haythe twins undertake a mad adventure, there is always the likelihood of disaster.~|
"Ms. McLeod has made the Regency era her specialty, and her research shows. She also imbues her work with originality and creativity. Her plotting and characterization make THE POSSIBILITY OF SCANDAL a riveting read that will draw readers not only into the colorful theatrical world of the times, but into the lives of a varied group of personalities. And if you are interested in the Regency era, make a visit to www.lesleyannemcleod.com."
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When I began to write 'The Possibility of Scandal' I immersed myself in Regency theatre, although the theatre that the Haythe twins encounter is not at all typical.
This engraving of a theatre from the book Old and New London influenced the appearance of the Haythes' Fortune Theatre in Rotherham, although I added a portico.
I collected pictures of theatre auditoriums in order to make the Haythes' theatre very different from the usual.
|Opera House Haymarket 1809|
|Royal Coburg Theatre 1818|
|Sadlers Wells Theatre 1810|
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