The Counterfeit Crank


Author: Edward Marston

Alexander Marwood, the cantankerous landlord of the Queen’s Head is away, leaving the Westfield’s Men theatre troupe free to play. Marwood’s replacement, Adam Crowmere, is a welcome change and Westfield’s Men begin to dread their landlord’s return…..Read More

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