Murder at the Royal Albert: A Daniel Jacobus Mystery

October 30th, 2023

This brilliantly conceived audiobook begins with the sudden death of a young violinist during a concert performance of Gustav Mahler's Sixth Symphony at the Royal Albert Hall in London, with music from the Boston Symphony Orchestra woven throughout this truly classical whodunnit. Blind, curmudgeonly violinist Daniel Jacobus and his companions, Yumi and Nathaniel, join forces with Branwell Small, a questionably trustworthy partner in crime solving, and officious DCI Christopher Mattheson as they follow every baffling clue, twist, and turn.

The talents of a world-class orchestra and world-class narrator help create a thrilling audiobook full of secrets and surprises that will keep mystery and classical music lovers on the edge of their seats.

Music by Vivaldi, Mahler, Tchaikovsky, Elgar, Mozart, Brahms, Dvorak, Schubert, Beethoven, and others, played by the Boston Symphony orchestra.

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