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Take two musicians: Sean Green, a gifted Irish songwriter and musician, but without a good voice, and Wilko Robertson, about as soulful a singer as a Scotsman can be. They worked together in the 70s and are back together for a gig in Camden Town, meant to be the start of a successful comeback tour. But, after taking a break from the show, Wilko is found dead in his locked Take two musicians: Sean Green, a gifted Irish songwriter and musician, but without a good voice, and Wilko Robertson, about as soulful a singer as a Scotsman can be. They worked together in the 70s and are back together for a gig in Camden Town, meant to be the start of a successful comeback tour. But, after taking a break from the show, Wilko is found dead in his locked dressing room. Then, another body shows up, in another locked from the inside room. Camden Town's Christy Kennedy is faced with two locked room mysteries and a host of suspects. When he's elbow deep in bodies, his partner, ann rea, springs for a few surprises of her own.


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Take two musicians: Sean Green, a gifted Irish songwriter and musician, but without a good voice, and Wilko Robertson, about as soulful a singer as a Scotsman can be. They worked together in the 70s and are back together for a gig in Camden Town, meant to be the start of a successful comeback tour. But, after taking a break from the show, Wilko is found dead in his locked Take two musicians: Sean Green, a gifted Irish songwriter and musician, but without a good voice, and Wilko Robertson, about as soulful a singer as a Scotsman can be. They worked together in the 70s and are back together for a gig in Camden Town, meant to be the start of a successful comeback tour. But, after taking a break from the show, Wilko is found dead in his locked dressing room. Then, another body shows up, in another locked from the inside room. Camden Town's Christy Kennedy is faced with two locked room mysteries and a host of suspects. When he's elbow deep in bodies, his partner, ann rea, springs for a few surprises of her own.

19 review for The Ballad of Sean and Wilko

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ritu Bhathal

    A detective, murder mystery kind of vibe. Not really my sort of usual read. Engaging enough, but not the best, for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    tinne

    How I love Kennedy! I wish he were for real and I could invite him for a splendid cuppa. The pace of the story was not very fast and yet there was never a boring moment. The author took his time to draft the characters and set the scene and this pays off. It made for an attractive story with an unpredictable culprit.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Verity W

    Sometimes you really need a good murder mystery story. And this is a good one. It's got a locked room, an aging 70s band and their complicated relationships and so much fascinating stuff about how the music industry works. It might be the fourth book in the series, but don't let that stop you from picking it up if you haven't read the others. It stands alone and it's engrossing. Sometimes you really need a good murder mystery story. And this is a good one. It's got a locked room, an aging 70s band and their complicated relationships and so much fascinating stuff about how the music industry works. It might be the fourth book in the series, but don't let that stop you from picking it up if you haven't read the others. It stands alone and it's engrossing.

  4. 4 out of 5

    David

    Not too bad but has been spoiled by the very many spelling mistakes and missed out words. The previous 3 were not like this so hoping the next one will be better.

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    kevin cockerell

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    Kevin Sanderson

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    Niall

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    arienette

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    Kristin

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