End Me a Tenor (Glee Club Mystery Series #2) [NOOK Book]

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Joelle Charbonneau’s “delightfully witty”* Glee Club Mysteries returns for an encore performance. It’s the holiday season, and high school show choir coach Paige Marshall may be on the verge of her first big break as an opera singer. But ...
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End Me a Tenor (Glee Club Mystery Series #2)

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Overview

Joelle Charbonneau’s “delightfully witty”* Glee Club Mysteries returns for an encore performance. It’s the holiday season, and high school show choir coach Paige Marshall may be on the verge of her first big break as an opera singer. But she probably shouldn’t quit her day job just yet . . .

 

A part to kill for

 

Singing in a production of the Messiah and rehearsing her show choir for a holiday concert may be more than Paige can Handel. Not only does she have to contend with the overblown ego of world-renowned tenor David Richard, she now has to quickly revamp the show choir’s number, since not one but two other high schools are performing the same song for the quickly approaching competition season.

 

The tempestuous tenor may have a voice to die for, but when he drops dead during rehearsal after drinking poisoned water, Paige has to compose herself and once again solo as a sleuth to find a killer who’s no choirboy . . .



*Miranda James, New York Times bestselling author
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"Enormous fun...Encore, encore!"—Miranda James, New York Times bestselling author

"Charbonneau hits all the right notes with her show choir coach sleuth."—Denise Swanson, New York Times bestselling author

"An intriguing mystery...I'm looking forward to future entries in this series."—Donna Andrews, New York Times bestselling author

"Imagine if Stephanie Plum joined the cast of Glee."—Deke Sharon, vocal producer of NBC'S The Sing-Off

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101619773
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 4/2/2013
  • Series: Glee Club Mystery Series , #2
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 424,240
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Joelle Charbonneau is an entertainer. She has performed in a variety of operas, musical theatre, and children’s theatre productions across the Chicagoland area. In addition to her stage work, Joelle has also performed with several bands and worked as a solo performer. While Joelle is happy to perform for an audience, she is equally delighted to teach private voice lessons and use her experience from the stage to create compelling characters in her mysteries.
 
Joelle lives with her husband, Andy, and their toddler son. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America, and Sisters in Crime.

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  • Posted May 2, 2013

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    High School Show Choir Coach Paige Marshall has her hands full.

    High School Show Choir Coach Paige Marshall has her hands full. She has just learned that two other high schools are performing the same number as her choir in the upcoming competition season. She needs to quickly replace that song, complete with choreography, with another before they debut at the holiday concert in just a few days.




    Paige has also been selected as one of the soloists in a production of the Messiah and is rehearsing daily to prepare. She is so excited, but the man singing the tenor part is world-renowned tenor David Richard and his overblown ego is hitting all the wrong notes. When the tempestuous tenor drops dead during rehearsal Paige finds herself investigating another murder and finds out the tenor was certainly no choirboy.


    What a wonderful encore to Murder for Choir.  Charbonneau hits all the right notes!




    The author combines mystery with a romantic triangle that reads like a marvelous melody. Should Paige be with Devlyn or Mike? The hunky detective or the talented teacher? Paige is extraordinary as she deals with keeping her current job while trying to further her singing career plus she is  dealing with her love life, her students, and her boss Larry, and trying to catch a killer.




    The story has layers and is full of humor.  The characters just draw you right into their lives.  It is easy to see the author is a performer but she is also a terrific storyteller. Her insight into the musical arena shines through this entire literary score.




    As I said in my review of Murder for Choir…




    Like Glee, you will love this book!




    Like cozy mysteries, you won’t be able to put this one down!




     I can’t wait for the next performance. It must almost be time for the Show Choir Competitions to begin.

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    Posted August 25, 2013

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