Death in the Jazz Age

June 13, 2015|
Death in the Jazz Age
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In 1920's London a set of politically motivated French criminals are discovered interfering at The Conference of London. After a jazz club is destroyed in a fire Jack James, the resident jazz pianist, works together with Cranston Baxter, the world’s first Professional Gentleman, to find out what the Red Button Set are planning.

Set in post-war Europe, Jack and Cranston travel from London to Paris and San Remo, Italy, in their search for answers.

Amazon Reviews

"This is a really fun read; well paced and enough action to keep you turning the page. The 1920's setting is well played, whilst being light-hearted and the various locations feel rich without being bogged down with heavy description. All this makes for an easy and enjoyable piece of escapism. It would especially suit a long train journey. Think Scott Fitzgerald meets Sherlock Holmes."

"Brilliant. I was transported to the romantic 1920s by the vivid images of people, sights and music of this post war era. The attention to detail is superb as we follow Baxter and James in their attempt to uncover members of the Red Button Set in London, Paris and San Remo. A very clever plot with twists and turns along the way compelling the reader to keep turning the pages. Well written with a great plot and wonderful backdrop. Highly recommended."

"This is a very well written book with interesting characters, humour, and a good plot. I very much enjoyed it and recommend it highly as an excellent thriller with great dialogue."

Title:Death in the Jazz AgeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 13, 2015Publisher:A E CoatesLanguage:English

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