The Death of the Hurdy Gurdy Boy

Tommy the street musician is murdered in a London shop doorway one bitterly cold December night in 1882. One hundred and thirty years later his troubled spirit befriends a young violinist, Tamara, and implores her to help him answer the questions "Who?" and "Why?". In doing so she confronts her own problems. Vibrant and funny but occasionally dark and always emotionally truthful. More

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About Peter John Cooper

Peter John Cooper is a British playwright and poet as well as a novelist. He likes to think of himself as a story teller. His poetry is dramatic and his plays are poetic. He has been a playwright for forty years and has written dozens of plays which have been performed all over the UK. Recently he began putting them online so that people can perform them for audiences all over the world. He reads his poetry in clubs in the town of Bournemouth where he lives and throughout the South of England. He lives in a flat which looks over the cliff to the sea.which joins him to his readers all over the world He started writing stories for his daughters when they were growing up and he’s now happy to be publishing some of them for others to enjoy.

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