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When H. S. Brockmeyer first became interested in Mozart and his tragic early death, she wasn't thinking of murder or any kind of foul play. Her curiosity was piqued, however, by all the unanswered questions that were overlooked by the scholars. As her interest grew and she began doing her own research, she was shocked to find more and more holes in the official story. She was hooked-and years later the result is this book.
The damning facts about Mozart's tragic death are revealed in "Echoes of a Distant Crime." This evidence has been available since his death in 1791; it has just been hidden in darkness-until now.
Hint: Mozart was not killed by poison. Hint: Salieri didn't kill Mozart. Hint: Mozart is not buried in a pauper's grave-or any kind of grave-in the St. Marx cemetery in Vienna.
An 18th century document holds an important clue to Mozart's life and death - and is revealed in stunning detail in Brockmeyer's book, weaving a controversial, "thoroughly researched" tale of the composer's last two fatal years.
|Publication Date||October 23, 2009|