The Quartet Murders - A Yorkshire Murder Mystery

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The Quartet Murders

The Quartet Murders - A Yorkshire Murder Mystery

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Published: 9 August, 2018
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A priceless violin. And a dark secret someone is prepared to kill for. Revised edition: This edition of The Quartet Murders includes editorial revisions. DCI Oldroyd has seen his fair share of victims, but he has never witnessed a murder-until now. When world-famous violinist Hans Muller is shot and killed during a concert, the detective is faced with a case beyond logic. The culprit is nowhere to be found-and the victim's priceless violin has disappeared too. As Oldroyd investigates the mystery of the murderer's identity and the motive for the killing, he enters the ruthless world of wealthy instrument collectors and stumbles upon a dark path where shocking secrets have been buried in the past. But the secrets will soon take centre stage. Oldroyd must use all his cunning to recover the priceless instrument. But can he also solve the mystery of a murderer who vanished in front of his own eyes?

John R. Ellis has lived in Yorkshire for most of his life and has spent many years exploring Yorkshire's diverse landscapes, history, language and communities. He recently retired after a career in teaching, mostly in further education in the Leeds area. In addition to the Yorkshire Murder Mystery series, he writes poetry, ghost stories and biography. He has completed a screenplay about the last years of the poet Edward Thomas and a work of faction about the extraordinary life of his Irish mother-in-law. He is currently working on his memoirs of growing up in a working-class area of Huddersfield in the 1950s and 1960s.

Type Book
ISBN 9781503903098
Number Of Pages 304
Publisher Amazon Publishing
Format Paperback