Murder to Music A country and western singer slips out of the spotlight in Charlotte Hinger s The Family Rose A temperamental diva takes center stage in Agatha Christie s Swan Song A Wagner fan becomes a murder suspe

  • Title: Murder to Music
  • Author: Cynthia Manson Kathleen Halligan Agatha Christie George Baxt Michael Underwood Edward D. Hoch John Lutz Charlotte Hinger
  • ISBN: 9780425163832
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • A country and western singer slips out of the spotlight in Charlotte Hinger s The Family Rose A temperamental diva takes center stage in Agatha Christie s Swan Song A Wagner fan becomes a murder suspect in Michael Underwood s Death at the Opera A collection of delightful tales make up the magnum opus known as Murder to Music a collection that will strike aA country and western singer slips out of the spotlight in Charlotte Hinger s The Family Rose A temperamental diva takes center stage in Agatha Christie s Swan Song A Wagner fan becomes a murder suspect in Michael Underwood s Death at the Opera A collection of delightful tales make up the magnum opus known as Murder to Music a collection that will strike a chord for fans of music and mystery.

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      Published :2018-08-21T10:48:09+00:00

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    1. I came to this anthology not expecting a great deal, and was pleasantly surprised by what I found. (4 stars is a bit of an overrating, but the book definitely deserves better than 3.)None of the stories is outright weak although two of them, "Death at the Opera" by Michael Underwood and "The Spy who Went to the Opera" by Edward D. Hoch seemed odd choices, the former because it would have seemed more appropriate in a club story anthology than a mystery anthology (it's excellently told, but the so [...]

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