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"This richly plotted mystery will thrill music lovers, while those not so musically inclined will find it equally enjoyable." —PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
Book 2 of the Daniel Jacobus Mystery Series.
Beloved violinist and humanitarian Rene Allard has just performed his Carnegie Hall swan song, but upon him imminent departure for retirement in France he is confronted by his young African American rival, crossover artist BTower. When a combustible mixture of ego and envy is ignited by greed, the result is a grisly scene too horrific to be imagined.
Beginning with music and mayhem and ending in the courtroom, justice is finally done…or is it? That is for Daniel Jacobus—the blind, curmudgeonly violin pedagogue, ardent admirer of Allard, and outspoken critic of BTower—to find out. Dragged into the case, Jacobus reluctantly follows a trail of broken violins and broken lives as it leads inexorably to the truth, and to his own peril.
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