Murder Set to Music

By: Campbell, Harriette R.

Price: $15.00

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Book Condition: Good

Former library copy--usual markings. No jacket. 1941 Hard Cover. v, 312 pp. The story of Murder Set to Music is taken from a play which I wrote in collaboration with Margot Campbell. The emergency of September 1939 discouraged our hopes of a production and I decided to use the idea in a novel. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Harriette Campbell (August 1817 – 15 February 1841) was a writer. Campbell was born in Stirling in 1817. Her father was Robert Campbell and she took an early interest in books and she was well read whilst still a child.[1] She travelled to the highlands of Scotland and her resulting writings were published in magazines. Her first novel was published in 1839, but it was her second novel, The Cardinal Virtues, or, Morals and Manners Connected, that made her reputation. By this time she had spent just one winter in London society before she went abroad to regain her health. This did not happen and she died from influenza and was buried in Switzerland in 1841. This was the same year as her best novel was published.[1] Her third novel, Katherine Randolph, or, Self-Devotion, was published in 1842.

Title: Murder Set to Music

Author: Campbell, Harriette R.

Categories: Mystery & Thriller,

Publisher: Harper & Brothers: 1941

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2260292