Danger Musicby Jacqueline Diamond
Freelance writer Kenny Rubin has an unusual magazine assignment: to solve the strangulation death five years earlier of aspiring actress Melinda Rivers. And she's supposed to do it before the airing of a TV movie that's probing the same subject. Many of the people involved in making the movie
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An offbeat heroine, an unsolved murder... and a reawakened killer.
Freelance writer Kenny Rubin has an unusual magazine assignment: to solve the strangulation death five years earlier of aspiring actress Melinda Rivers. And she's supposed to do it before the airing of a TV movie that's probing the same subject. Many of the people involved in making the movie knew Melinda, and as Kenny begins interviewing the principals, people around her start dying. Someone, it appears, is afraid the truth really might surface. Despite having to battle the manic phase of her bipolar disorder, she must put the pieces together before she delivers herself into the hands of a killer.
Allreaders.com said: "The story line is fast-paced ... a wonderful Hollywood mystery."
Other books by Jacqueline Diamond
Echoes (paranormal thriller)
One Husband Too Many (time-travel romance)
Out of Her Universe (s.f. thriller)
The Eyes of a Stranger (mystery)
Touch Me in the Dark (paranormal mystery)
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Jacqueline Diamond has sold more than 95 novels ranging from mystery and suspense to romantic comedy. Danger Music was originally published in hardcover by Five Star, written under the name Jackie Diamond Hyman. Jackie offers monthly specials at her website, jacquelinediamond.com, and at her Facebook page, JacquelineDiamondAuthor.
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DANGER MUSIC is a fun mystery filled with diverse and interesting characters. The characters make the story, and Diamond skillfully develops each personality. The protagonist is an amateur sleuth who somehow finds herself more involved than intended. As she delves deeper into the mystery, the main character battles her own set of problems. Her personal struggles give this story a unique slant. Her issues were foreign to me personally, but I found it easy to sympathize with her. DANGER MUSIC kept me entertained from beginning to end. This story will likely appeal to those who enjoy a good character-driven cozy mystery. Review disclosure: I received a free ebook copy in exchange for an honest review.