Tuesday 1 April 2008

Voices in the Dark

Julia Rochfort, a young opera singer, visits Italy to take part in a competition judged by Roberto Padovano, a world-famous bass. When he and Julia meet and fall in love, the consequences will be devastating. Julia and Roberto are already connected by terrifying events that took place before they were born: the atrocities inflicted on a Tuscan village in 1944 by a torturer known only as 'Scarpia' after the villain in Puccini's opera Tosca. As they uncover the intricate web of betrayal, deception and guilt, the danger grows. For Scarpia and some who share his guilt are still alive - and desperate to keep their past secret for ever.

Previously published by Hodder Headline.
Reissued for Smashwords and Kindle 2011
$3.99 Ebook

Birmingham Sunday Mercury:

Lindsay Townsend's mixture of arias and skullduggery turns into a highly readable thriller.

Yorkshire Post:

Confident debut.

Grimsby Evening Telegraph:

She obviously has a passion for writing. This is a book you will not be able to put down.

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