Ghost Song

Ghost Song

The old Tarleton music hall on London's Bankside is the subject of a mysterious restraint order that has kept it closed for over ninety years. When Robert Fallon is asked to survey the building, he finds clues indicating that its long twilight sleep may contain a sinister secret.
Joining forces with researcher Hilary Bryant, Robert discovers the legend of the Tarleton's 'ghost' - a mysterious figure who was first glimpsed during the time of the charismatic performer Toby Chance, once the darling of Edwardian audiences until he vanished suddenly and inexplicably in the early 1900s.
After almost a century, the Tarleton's dark silence is about to end. But there are those who find its re-opening a threatening prospect and, as Robert and Hilary delve into the macabre history of one of London's oldest music halls, they both become menaced by the secrets of the past.
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  • Simon & Schuster UK | 
  • 480 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781847399373 | 
  • July 2009
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Available on or around July 6, 2009

About the Author

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Q. how did you come to write Ghost Song?

A. For years I'd wanted to base a book on the Edwardian theatre/music hall - my father was a music hall singer/songwriter in the 1920s and it's an era I love. But it wasn't until my brother mentioned, quite casually, that so many of the old music hall songs had deeper meanings, that I suddenly saw a plot. And Ghost Song was born.

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