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Staccato (2009)

by Deborah J. Ledford(Favorite Author)
4.51 of 5 Votes: 4
1935171178 (ISBN13: 9781935171171)
Second Wind Publishing
Steven Hawk/Inola Walela Mysteries
review 1: Great little drama, rich, rather well performed and well meant to be scary in ways drama strikes a reader in these genres. A little incidental in places. Or too roughish. A few questions still aroused my imagination as the story began its transformation into a mystery even when we know who is who and who wants what and what it really cost at the end. Back at the first we are introduced into the beginning of lovers of the life of Nicholas and his realization that there is certainly more in life than just being a pianist. Or was there? When a professional performer as Nicholas there can't be any going back so he must study music to become the great musician he is destined. Or will he?
review 2: I received this book as a First-Reads winner giveaway. It was an enjo
... moreyable read and though parts of it seemed to drag along (for example, I am not a fan of authors who write about every detail of a character's clothing- it's too "American Psycho" for me), it overall was a good thriller novel to curl up in the evening and read. Can't really beat the price either :) I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys thriller novels. less
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I won Staccato from First Reads. I am looking forward to reading it now that it's arrived.
Loved this book! Musical connections are awesome!
A good mystery with a little magic!
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