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A Traitor to Memory

A Traitor to Memory

Virtuoso violinist Gideon Davies has lost his memory of music and his ability to play the instrument he mastered at the age of five. One fateful night at Wigmore Hall, he lifted his violin to play in a Beethoven trio . . . and everything in his mind related to music was gone. Gideon suffers from a form of amnesia, the cure for which is an examination of what he can remember. And what he can remember is little enough until his mind is triggered by the weeping of a woman and a single name: Sonia.

One rainy evening, a woman called Eugenie travels to London for a mysterious appointment. But before she is able to reach her destination, a car swoops out of nowhere and kills her in the street. In pursuing her killer, Thomas Lynley, Barbara Havers and Winston Nkata come to know a group of people inextricably connected by a long-ago crime and punishment no one has spoken of for twenty years.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 5th October 2006

Price: £16.99

ISBN-13: 9781844561759

Reviews

A long and absorbing read that will please lovers of the traditional crime novel
Scotland on Sunday
Intricate, wide-ranging and compelling . . . explosive
Private Eye
Absorbing . . . the pleasure of the book is the slow, surprising and often shocking unravelling of the various links between the main characters
Marcel Berlins, The Times
A master of the British mystery
New York Times