Author Archives: Nupur Tustin

New Release: The Baker’s Boy: A Young Haydn Story

I’m excited to let you know that Day of the Dark, the anthology that includes my young Haydn story, “A Baker’s Boy,” along with 23 other fantastic stories, is finally available. Set in Vienna, the story is in many ways … Continue reading

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An Eighteenth-Century Sleuth; A Twentieth-Century Crime

When I first began writing mysteries, I had no particular interest in true crime. To be honest, I avoided it like the plague. I watched the occasional episode with my husband but only because he enjoyed it so much. Yet … Continue reading

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Haydn’s Day of the Dark

Franz Michael Haydn, like his older brother, also became a composer, but was better known for his church compositions rather than his secular works. Now, there’s nothing to suggest that the two didn’t get on well. Michael, for much of … Continue reading

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The Brothers Haydn

“Their middle brother was difficult enough to exhaust even Johann’s infinite resources of tact and patience”–A Minor Deception, Chapter Ten What exactly do we know about Haydn’s brothers and his relationship with them? Not much, unfortunately. Certainly not enough for … Continue reading

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