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The new Crown Prince Gregory mystery - While in London, Greg Crowne Crown Prince Gregory von Hirtenstein befriends pretty Polish countess Marcelina. When Marcelina is found dead, Greg is drawn into the police investigation. It emerges that Marcelina was in England to buy a lost Chopin manuscript. No sign of the manuscript is found on her body. Unravelling the mystery will take Greg to Paris and Scotland on the trail of a thriving Chopin forgery industry...
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Tessa Barclay is the bestselling author of over forty novels and one of the most popular writers in the UK. Previous titles by this well-loved author include The Champagne Girls, The Precious Gift, The Saturday Girl, Other People's Dreams and, from Severn House, Starting Over and A Lovely Illusion. She has also just published the first two novels of a new series of crime novels, Farewell Performance and A Better Class of Person.From Publishers Weekly:
Crown Prince Gregory von Hirtenstein, aka classical music event organizer Greg Crowne, escorts lovely Polish countess Marzelina Zalfeda to a charity ball at the start of British author Barclay's solid fifth book to feature the exiled aristocrat (after 2005's A Final Discord). Marzelina is in London with a commission to purchase a purported Chopin letter for an eccentric elderly lady, Estelle Wiaroz. When Marzelina's strangled body is found in the research stacks at the Museum of Musical Heritage, the Metropolitan Police, familiar with Greg's sleuthing abilities, ask him to help find her killer. En route to Paris to interview Madame Wiaroz, he bumps into a former lover, fashion designer Liz Blair, who decides to accompany him on his investigation. With few clues to guide them, the charming couple leave no page unturned and no village unvisited in their search for the culprit. (Aug.)
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