2 November 2011 9 Comments

Win a copy of MOZART’S LAST ARIA

The Mystery Fanfare blog, written by the active and multifaceted doyenne of American detective fiction Janet Rudolph, features a chat with me about my new novel MOZART’S LAST ARIA, which is out this week in the US. If you write a comment on the post, Janet will enter you in a competition to win a copy of the book. Check it out!

9 Responses to “Win a copy of MOZART’S LAST ARIA”

  1. Shauna Roberts 2 November 2011 at 11:22 am #

    I love historical fiction and I love music. Please enter me in the contest.

  2. Judie Amsel 2 November 2011 at 1:35 pm #

    Getting a second chance. WOW. I plan on having the book read within the next week but would love to win a copy (hopefully autographed).

  3. Jane Ann Stevens 2 November 2011 at 3:00 pm #

    I have wanted to read this one since I first heard about it. After reading “Mozart’s Sister”, I would like the know the details that the book I read just hinted at. Thanks for the chance to win this one!!

  4. Ruth Paget 2 November 2011 at 8:46 pm #

    Can you win a copy if you live outside the US? I live in Germany now. Ruth Paget :)

  5. Matt Beynon Rees 2 November 2011 at 10:23 pm #

    Great to hear from you all. I should’ve made it more clear that you have to write a comment on the post on Janet’s blog to be entered — not just here. Sorry about that. Can you click on the link to the blog post on Mystery Fanfare and write a quick comment there? Then you’ll be entered. For Germany too, I expect!

  6. Ruth Paget 2 November 2011 at 10:30 pm #

    Will locate the blog and certainly comment on it! Ruth :)

  7. Carol L 3 November 2011 at 3:46 am #

    Hi Matt,
    I will certainly go to Janet’s blog to enter. I’ve heard such good things about this book and I’m intrigued. Thanks for the opportunity .
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

  8. Miriam 3 November 2011 at 5:13 am #

    I love the music of Mozart, I think that reflects very well the thoughts and feelings of his time and is able to communicate to the listener, a magical feeling. I do not see the anger of being able to read the novel!!
    with love,Miriam

  9. Matt Beynon Rees 4 November 2011 at 4:45 am #

    Mozart has a great deal to say to us in our time, too, Miriam. In particular because the ideas of freedom on which his own (dangerous) philosophy was based are often under threat now.


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