Troubador All His Works

Released: 01/10/2020

eISBN: 9781800467286

aISBN: 9781800467293

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All His Works

On the Eighth Day

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Alex Bryn, a once successful musician, is retired and earning his bread as a small-time music critic when he receives an unexpected call from a police inspector. 

The inspector is investigating a suspicious death in Edinburgh of a woman identified as a past girlfriend of Alex's. Shaken by the news, Alex finds himself in a jazz bar attending an impossible out-of-time show performed by Ciara, his ex-lover, and reminiscing about their turbulent past. 

Alex must walk a fine line in trying to give a convincing account of this near-mystical experience to the unbelieving inspector, especially since the experience is apparently linked to the secret of Ciara's death. But did the performance really take place or was it just a figment of Alex's imagination?

With an exotic backdrop of music and mystery, this book paints a strong picture as a setting for a good mystery. I really enjoyed the mix of characters and the fact that there was so much depth to them all. The language really flowed with a strange cadence which adds a unique tone to the book. I was not surprised to read, afterwards, that the author has such a rich life experience.

by NetGalley review


This was a great mystery and I really enjoyed reading this book, the characters were great. It was a great plot and I look forward to more from the author.

by NetGalley review


Ainny Klover

Ainny Klover was born was Moscow, Russia, studied mathematics in the Moscow State University, and after obtaining his Ph.D. moved to the UK. He travelled extensively spending time in India, Australia and New Zealand.



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