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Loch of the Dead: Frey & McGray Book 4 (A Victorian Mystery) Paperback – 31 May 2018
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Oscar de Muriel gets better and better (Jake Kerridge Sunday Express S Magazine)
I am addicted to Frey and McGray (Christopher Fowler, author of the Bryant and May series)
I enjoyed this - properly creepy and Gothic (Ian Rankin)
A hugely entertaining Victorian mystery (The New York Times)
Fun to read and a fast page-turner . . . love and murder - they go together like strawberries and cream (Independent)
This entertaining novel combines melodrama with the unhappiness of life backstage (Charlotte Heathcote Sunday Express)
This is wonderful. A brilliant, moving, clever, lyrical book - I loved it. Oscar de Muriel is going to be a name to watch. (Manda Scott)
The Strings of Murder is one of the best debuts so far this year - a brilliant mix of horror, history, and humour. Genuinely riveting with plenty of twists, this will keep you turning the pages. It's clever, occasionally frightening and superbly written - The Strings Of Murder is everything you need in a mystery thriller. (Crime Review)
About the Author
Oscar de Muriel was born in Mexico City and moved to the UK to complete his PhD. He is a chemist, translator and violinist who now lives and works in Manchester. The Loch of the Dead is his fourth novel, following A Mask of Shadows, A Fever of the Blood and The Strings of Murder.