Death be my Theme (Robert Fairfax 4)

Death be my Theme Robert Fairfax are Books The fourth novel in the gripping Georgian mystery series chronicling the adventures of Robert Fairfax A must read for fans of historical crime fiction

Death be my Theme (Robert Fairfax 4) are Books . The fourth novel in the gripping Georgian mystery series chronicling the adventures of Robert Fairfax A must read for fans of historical crime fiction.Recuperating from illness in Chelsea in 1764, a rural spot outside the jostling city Robert Fairfax expects to be bored But a chance meeting with his old flame Cordelia leads to his involvement with a very unusual famiThe fourth novel in the gripping Georgian mystery series chronicling the adventures of Robert Fairfax A must read for fans of historical crime fiction.Recuperating from illness in Chelsea in 1764, a rural spot outside the jostling city Robert Fairfax expects to be bored But a chance meeting with his old flame Cordelia leads to his involvement with a very unusual family the Mozarts of Salzburg, whose young son is the musical prodigy creating a stir throughout their tour of Europe.The boy is as inquisitive as any child, and it is this which makes him an uncomprehending but vital witness to the bizarre events surrounding the death of Mr Gabriel Chilcott, an elderly, wealthy and ill tempered music lover His pretty young wife seems to have secrets she does not care to divulge, and the mystery deepens with the horrific discovery by the river of a local maid s murdered body.Fairfax s investigation of these strange events leads him to a puzzle that seems too great for his powers to solve unless he can garner a critical clue from the remarkable little boy whom the world will know as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. A viral Books Death be my Theme (Robert Fairfax 4)
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  1. Hannah March is a pseudonym used by the author who was born and brought up in Peterborough on the edge of the Fens and was a student on the University of East Anglia MA Course in Creative Writing under Malcolm Bradbury and Angela Carter He is married and lives in Peterborough.A pseudonym used by Tim Wilson.Also writes under the name Jude Morgan.

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