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Broken Harmony (Signed Copy)

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First Edition Paperback 2007.  Signed Copy

In Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the 1730s, life is not easy for an impoverished musician. For Charles Patterson, violinist, harpsichord player and composer, it is about to get a whole lot harder. First he is accused of stealing a valuable book. Then a cherished violin belonging to his flamboyant rival Henri le Sac disappears, followed by le Sac himself. When the young apprentice he inherited from his rival is gruesomely murdered, Patterson starts to feel out of his depth. The mystery deepens as the death toll mounts and it becomes clear that things are not quite as they appear...

The book is in very good condition with only minor bumping to the outer corners of the front cover. There is slight creasing to the spine but all inside pages are bright and clean. 
The book is signed on the title page, "Best wishes, Roz Southey".

Item details

Author(s):
Roz Southey
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13cm x 19.8cm x 2cm
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9780955158933
Number of pages:
280
Publisher:
Creme de la Crime
Title:
Broken Harmony

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First Edition Paperback 2007.  Signed Copy

In Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the 1730s, life is not easy for an impoverished musician. For Charles Patterson, violinist, harpsichord player and composer, it is about to get a whole lot harder. First he is accused of stealing a valuable book. Then a cherished violin belonging to his flamboyant rival Henri le Sac disappears, followed by le Sac himself. When the young apprentice he inherited from his rival is gruesomely murdered, Patterson starts to feel out of his depth. The mystery deepens as the death toll mounts and it becomes clear that things are not quite as they appear...

The book is in very good condition with only minor bumping to the outer corners of the front cover. There is slight creasing to the spine but all inside pages are bright and clean. 
The book is signed on the title page, "Best wishes, Roz Southey".

Author(s):
Roz Southey
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13cm x 19.8cm x 2cm
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9780955158933
Number of pages:
280
Publisher:
Creme de la Crime
Title:
Broken Harmony

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