Coffin's Got the Dead Guy on the Insideby Keith Snyder
The title is the answer to the riddle: what's the difference between a cello and a coffin? It's also the latest mystery in which wise-cracking composer Jason Keltner must solve the riddle of his life: why are people trying to kill his former best friend and how can he stay out of the cross fire? "Constantly fascinating . . . falling-down funny."--Cleveland "Plain Dealer."
- Random House Publishing Group
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- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)
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it was an ok book but it didn't have that good of an plot, and the dialoque was cheesy. It had a few good car chases though
Still and again not getting his music composed, Jason rounds up the gang and pursues the solution to a more overtly life-threatening mystery. I suppose one might read this for the mystery but the rewards of reading are to be found in the musketeers' loyalty to and love for each other, Jason's occasional observations on the making of art, and the narrator's sense of humor.