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Shadows of sounds

Author: Alex Gray; Joe Dunlop
Publisher: Rothley, Leics. [Leicestershire, England] : W.F. Howes ; Prince Frederick, Md. : Distributed by Recorded Books, ℗2006.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Glasgow Orchestra are rehearsing to perform, but little do they know of the sequence of events happening backstage. When George Millar, the orchestra's leader, is brutally murdered in his dressing room, his colleagues are shocked. But the show must go on. Enter DCI Lorimer and psychologist Solomon Brightman to investigate. What they uncover is a series of irrevocably tangled relationships between the orchestra  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Mystery fiction
Audiobooks
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Alex Gray; Joe Dunlop
ISBN: 1845059476 9781845059477
OCLC Number: 67226035
Notes: In container (22 cm.).
Title from container.
"Unabridged"--Container.
"Mystery"--Container.
Clipper Audio.
Performer(s): Narrated by Joe Dunlop.
Description: 8 audiocassettes (approximately 9 hr., 15 min.) : analog.
Responsibility: Alex Gray.

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The Glasgow Orchestra are rehearsing to perform, but little do they know of the sequence of events happening backstage. When George Millar, the orchestra's leader, is brutally murdered in his dressing room, his colleagues are shocked. But the show must go on. Enter DCI Lorimer and psychologist Solomon Brightman to investigate. What they uncover is a series of irrevocably tangled relationships between the orchestra members. Up until his death Millar had been involved in homosexual relationships with several other orchestra members and was well known for playing his lovers off against one another--but were his controversial dalliances really enough to incite cold-blooded murder?

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