Sonata for a Scoundrel

Sonata for a Scoundrel

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The Muse... Clara Becker is a supremely gifted composer--a talent of little to use to a woman in 1830s Europe. Her compositions only have worth when they are published under her brother's name, yet this deception barely enables them to scrape out a living in the poorest quarter of London. Meets the Master... Darien Reynard, the most celebrated musician in Europe, pursues success with a single-minded intensity. When he comes across Becker's compositions, he knows that this music will secure his place in history. Darien tracks the composer down and, with some difficulty, convinces the man to tour with him. Mr. Becker agrees, but with the most unusual condition that he bring along his sister... Set against the glittering backdrop of 19th century musical celebrity, Sonata for a Scoundrel is the newest full-length historical romance novel from RITA-nominated author Anthea Lawson.
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Product details

  • Paperback
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 12.7mm | 362.87g
  • Fiddlehead Press
  • [United States?], United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0615885942
  • 9780615885940
  • 2,182,770

About Anthea Lawson

Anthea Lawson, called "a new star of Historical Romance" by Booklist, has won readers with her combination of spicy love scenes and elegant prose. Her first novel, PASSIONATE, was a Best First Book finalist in the prestigious Romance Writers of America RITA awards. Join her new releases mailing list at tinyletter.com/AntheaLawson Anthea also writes award-winning YA Urban Fantasy under the pen name Anthea Sharp.
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