Played to Death: A Jamie Brodie Mystery

Played to Death: A Jamie Brodie Mystery

by Meg Perry

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Played to Death: A Jamie Brodie Mystery by Meg Perry

"Having someone get murdered at your wedding has to be the worst."
Scott Deering, cellist for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, doesn't usually play weddings. But a friend's family emergency finds him reluctantly anchoring a college string quartet at the wedding of a couple with more money than taste. When his second violinist goes missing after the ceremony, Scott is determined that the show must go on - until the violinist turns up dead and Scott's day goes to hell.
Jamie Brodie and Pete Ferguson are attending the lavishly over-the-top wedding of an acquaintance of Pete's when Jamie spots a ghost from his past in the string quartet - Scott Deering, the last guy he dated before Pete. The murder at the wedding is shocking, but it's not Jamie's business - until a theft from the music library at UCLA sucks him into the investigation. All Jamie wants to do is finalize the plans for his own wedding to Pete, but first he has to join forces with Scott to track down a killer - and deal with another ghost that throws everyone's lives into turmoil.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781523318186
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/14/2016
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

Meg Perry is an academic librarian in Central Florida whose subject specialty is health sciences. Like Jamie Brodie's mom and his librarian friend Sheila Meadows, Meg is a native of West Virginia. She is descended on one grandparent's side from the Reivers, the Scottish border raiders who were finally banished to Northern Ireland in the 1600s, and who became part of the great wave of Scots-Irish migration to the U.S. in the 1700s. Meg has traveled extensively in the UK and intends to keep doing so as long as possible. She's been writing since childhood, but the Jamie Brodie Mysteries are her first published works.

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