DANCE OF DEATH
Leslie Wetzon is dusting off her tap shoes for a good cause; a benefit revival of the landmark Broadway musical Combinations. Using her headhunting smarts, she tracks down the original cast from eighteen years ago -- all except for Terri Matthews, whose disappearing act has a grim finale when a trunk full of bones is unearthed in the basement of a Greenwich Village brownstone.
Between a new associate causing chaos at the office and riding shotgun with her irrepressible partner, Xenia Smith, Wetzon has enough drama in her life. The last thing she needs is a killer with plans for a chilling encore: a dance on Wetzon's grave.
Praise for Annette Meyers
"A LIVELY, GLEEFULLY BITCHY WHODUNIT."
"THIS BOOK WOULD BE A HOT TICKET IF ONLY FOR THE INSIDER'S TAKE ON SHOW BIZ. BUT ADDED TO A COUPLE OF CURTAIN-RAISING ACTION SCENES, A CHORUS LINE OF SUSPECTS, AND A FAIR-PLAY SONG AND DANCE PLOT, YOU HAVE A GREAT NIGHT OF MYSTERY THEATER IN YOUR OWN ARMCHAIR!"
--Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine
"Broadway hasn't been this much fun since George S. Kaufman left for Hollywood."
--The New York Times Book Review
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