These Bones Were Made for Dancin'

These Bones Were Made for Dancin'

by Annette Meyers

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These Bones Were Made for Dancin' by Annette Meyers

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."
--Publishers Weekly

"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

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151558532
Publisher: Speaking Volumes
Publication date: 04/29/2015
Series: A Smith & Wetzon Myster , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 348
File size: 974 KB

About the Author

Annette Meyers is the author of 8 Smith and Wetzon Wall Street mysteries, 2 Olivia Brown 1920s mysteries, a stand-alone suspense novel: Repentances, as well as short stories in many anthologies. As Maan Meyers, she and her husband Martin have written 7 history-mysteries known at The Dutchman Chronicles and numerous short stories set in New York in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. One of Annette’s short stories was included in Best American Mystery Stories, 2002. She was the 10th president of Sisters in Crime and serves on the board of the International Association of Crime Writers, NA. She is an arbitrator with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

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