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Posted February 28, 2013
THE ORCHESTRA MURDERS: A CYNTHIA MASTERS MYSTERY by Rena Fruchter is an exciting suspense set in modern day Philadelphia and London. Follow,Jonathan Langhore,Sir Gregory Langhorne and of course Detective Cynthia Masters on a journey of murder,mystery,infidelity,blackmail,betrayal,secrets,abuse of power and money,and the Orchestra. Cynthia has a difficult case ahead of her with more than one murder on her hands,the why and how the murders relate to the Langhornes and are they guilty of murder. What a fast paced,action paced story from beginning to end. If you enjoy the Orchestra,Musicians,Reporters,music critics,suspense,and a bit of romance you will enjoy "The Orchestra Murders". A must read for any suspense/mystery lover. Detective Cynthia is a force to be reckoned with and one to be watching for an another story. I enjoyed this story. The characters are engaging,and the plot intriguing. Received for an honest review from t he publisher and Pump Up Your Book.
HEAT RATING: SWEET
REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More/My Book Addiction Reviews
Posted February 22, 2013
Rena Fruchter in her new book, “The Orchestra Murders” published by Andrews UK Limited takes us into the life of Detective Cynthia Masters.
From the back cover: Superstar conductor Sir Gregory Langhorne and his globe-trotting, violin-soloist son Jonathan Langhorne are the best of friends-until a brutal murder shatters their lives and Jonathan becomes the prime suspect. Six years later, Sir Gregory is now the music director of the world famous Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and has finally reconciled with his son Jonathan, just as members of the orchestra are being killed off one by one. The challenge for brilliant young hotshot Philadelphia Detective Cynthia Masters is to solve not only the orchestra murders, but the question of why murder seems to follow the Langhornes. Has Masters finally met her match-a case that cannot be solved? Set in London and Philadelphia, this dramatic story of murder, infidelity, and the abuse of money and power establishes Cynthia Masters as a world-class detective in this thrilling and unusual mystery.
Who would have thought that being with a Symphony Orchestra could be so dangerous? You would think that members of an orchestra would be able to get along considering that whenever they perform they all have to work together to create their music and harmony. Not in this book. There is a deranged murderer on the loose and he is targeting the members of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. Now it is up to Cynthia Masters to investigate and figure out who this madman is before the body count goes up much higher. I just enjoyed the setting for this book. I never have heard of a murder mystery taking place within a symphony orchestra. Not only does Cynthia have to solve who the murderer is she has to figure out why murder seems to be attracted to the Langhornes. Ms. Fruchter has written a highly clever murder mystery that will keep you guessing and flipping pages as fast as you can read them to find out what will happen next. Ms. Fruchter has given us a very exciting thriller in “”The Orchestra Murders” that is full of backstage intrigue that we have never encountered before. I am glad I found this talented author and am already looking forward to the next book in this series.
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Posted November 13, 2012
This new murder mystery is exciting and wonderfully written. I couldn't put it down. I'm a violinist in an orchestra, so naturally I was very interested when I heard about this book. I would highly recommend this book, whether you have a particular interest in music or not!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.