The gripping historical sequel to The Boy in a Turban.
James Cudlip, born in Jamaica of a plantation owner and a slave woman, is adopted and brought to England by an English sea captain. Infused with a talent for music, he is now a music teacher and friend to the heir to the English throne, the future George 3rd.
He is confronted by the animosity of the established Court circles and suffers personal tragedy in his search for love and fulfilment.
Royal approval and reward gives James something to live for. But will it be everything he dreamed of?
Joseph Hucknall was born in Cumbria, England in 1929. After following a successful business career he turned to writing with his autobiography, A Life’s Tales (2013), reviewed as ‘Fascinating and very enjoyable’ (Michael Crick) and followed with his first novel, The Boy in the Turban (2018), reviewed as ‘Vivid, elegant and engrossing’ (Sheena Joughlin). He lives in West London.
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