Fatal Music (a Captain Darac Novel 2)




      Fatal Music (a Captain Darac Novel 2)
Captain Paul Darac of the Brigade Criminelle is forced to abandon his jazz quintet mid show by the call to a possible murder He and his officers arrive on the scene to find the mutilated corpse of a woman, although her cause of death may not have been a sinister one Initially routine, the case deepens and darkens into a complex enquiry that threatens to close in on Darac himself But allegiances past and present must be set aside to unravel a tale of greed, deception and treachery that spans the social spectrum It is among the winding streets of his own neighbourhood in Nice s old town, the Babazouk, that Darac faces his severest test yet. Free Read [ Fatal Music (a Captain Darac Novel 2) ] by [ Peter Morfoot ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Peter Morfoot has written a number of plays and sketch shows for BBC radio and TV and is the author of the acclaimed satirical novel, Burksey He has lectured in film, holds a PhD in Art History, and has spent thirty years exploring the life, art and restaurant tables of the French Riviera, the setting for his series of crime novels featuring Captain Paul Darac of Nice s Brigade Criminelle He lives in Cambridge.

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  • Paperback
  • 464 pages
  • Fatal Music (a Captain Darac Novel 2)
  • Peter Morfoot
  • 14 June 2017
  • 1785656066

6 thoughts on “ Fatal Music (a Captain Darac Novel 2)

  1. L.P. Ring says:

    The second Paul Darac has really excellent characterisation and a rich tapestry of characters that really fill out the story It also shows an excellent knowledge of Jazz musicians that anyone interested in the genre will be interested by.Where it doesn t quite succeed is in a plot that, although interesting, takes way too long to get there What I found most annoying was the amount of times people stood over computer screens or pieces of paper talking in vague terms about what they were r The second Paul Darac has really excellent characterisation and a rich tapestry of characters that really fill out the story It also shows an excellent knowledge of Jazz musicians that anyone interested in the genre will be interested by.Where it doesn t quite succeed is in a plot that, although interesting, takes way too long to get there What I found most annoying was the amount of times people stood over comput...

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