A Young Haydn Mystery

Did the baker’s boy kill his master? Haydn thinks he did not, but will the young composer find a way to save the boy from the gallows?

The Baker’s Boy,” a young Haydn Mystery, was first published in Kaye George’s eclipse-centered anthology, Day of the Dark.

It’s up on Kings River Life now as a Free Read!

If you’re reading Prussian Counterpoint, you’ll recognize Hans, the baker’s boy. He gets a mention in Haydn’s third case.

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4 Responses to A Young Haydn Mystery

  1. Kaye George says:

    I’m glad to see you getting more use out of this story!

  2. Nupur says:

    Thanks, Kaye!

  3. LD Masterson says:

    I remember this story from Day of the Dark. Nice that it’s found new life.

  4. Nupur says:

    Thanks, LD!

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