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Ghost Song by Sarah Rayne
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May 11, 2012

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London's old Tarleton music hall has a mystery, and surveyor Robert Fallon along with researcher Hilary Bryant, are going to find out what it is.

There is a long tradition of a ghost attached to the Tarleton; a ghost who hums an old music hall tune. Whose ghost is it, and does it have anything to do with the blocked trap door in the stage, the false wall in the cellar, and the fact that the Tarleton has been closed since 1914?

Sarah Rayne's novel is an intriguing blend of mysteries then and now, as the narrative switches timelines - from 1914 to the present, to eventually culminate in a thrilling climax.

While at times I found myself skimming some pages, impatient to find out what happens next, there was never any doubt that I was going to read this book to the very last page.

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