(From the publisher):
Kit Glover is London's finest boy actor. Audiences flock to see him portray imperious queens and scheming noblewomen. But off the stage Kit's manner is harder to make out. Now cool and disdainful, next fierce and angry, then madcap and bawdy-his personality changes so rapidly and so often that fellow actor Richard is unsure which is the real Kit, or if his true nature is something else again.
But Richard is certain of one thing: Kit is involved with some nefarious companions- much like young Prince Hal in Shakespeare's latest play, Henry IV. And Richard suspects that these low companions are behind a series of crimes that could cost the company its good standing and could cost Kit his head.
And so, reluctantly, Richard allows himself to be drawn into the conspiracy to help his rival-this fascinating, infuriating, troubled prince of a boy, teetering on the brink of becoming either a king...or a criminal.
Original title: The True Prince
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Mystery
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Performing Arts
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Historical Fiction→ England→ Elizabethan