Dead Mr. Mozart
Little, Brown Book Group Limited, 1995 - 183 pages
It is 1820 and George IV has just assumed the throne. Intrigued by the coronation, Mozart is in England. However, the trial of George IV's wayward Queen, leads Mozart into dangerous waters. He finds himself involved in the disposal of a corpse and initiating enquiries to uncover a murderer.
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DEAD, MR. MOZARTUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Robert Barnard, writing his second novel as Bernard Bastable (To Die Like a Gentleman, 1993), has fun with the story of a 64- year-old Wolfgang Gottlieb Mozart. The impecunious, self-pitying composer ... Read full review
Dead, Mr. MozartUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
As period mystery-writer Bastable, Robert Barnard introduced an aging Mozart as sleuth in To Die Like a Gentleman (St. Martin's, 1993). Now, in 1820 London, Mozart hopes that coronation preparations ... Read full review