Blue Note Heavenby David H. Hendrickson
One admirer remains, however: Johann Sebastian Bach, whose cantatas and B Minor Mass are revered above all others even
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Max Freeman, a jazz musician with an attitude, arrives in Heaven to play his version of gospel standards, but clashes with the rule that only music of worship can be performed. Freeman's virtuosity draws attention to himself, not to God.
One admirer remains, however: Johann Sebastian Bach, whose cantatas and B Minor Mass are revered above all others even while his Brandenburg Concertos and Goldberg Variations are banned.
Improvisational sparks fly in the resulting jam session. Bach's euphoria conceals the ominous truth. The serpent is loose.
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David H. Hendrickson's first novel, Cracking the Ice, was praised by Booklist as "a gripping account of a courageous young man rising above evil." He has since published Bubba Goes for Broke (writing as David Bawdy), Body Check (writing as D.H. Hendrickson), and many short stories. His fiction has appeared on multiple Kindle bestseller lists in several genres.
He's been honored with the Joe Concannon and Scarlet Quill awards for his writing on U.S. College Hockey Online, where over 400,000 readers follow his (and his colleagues') columns, stories, and features.
For more information about his writing, visit him online at www.hendricksonwriter.com where you can sign up for his mailing list and be notified of new releases.
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