While everyone else was upstairs, I sneaked down to the lounge. I wanted to see exactly what the layout was: Were there ways in and out?
-- The Patron Murders by Edwin Wilson.
Matt Johanssen is a stage actor and amateur sleuth. When a string of bizarre murders rocks New York's culture vulture set, Matt uses his behind-the-scenes know how to help the NYPD solve the mystery.
The Patron Murders is the debut mystery by author, teacher, producer, and former theater critic, Edwin Wilson.
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Sounds like a different kind of cozy mystery and one that I'd enjoy. I like the New York theater setting.ReplyDelete
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I love a good murder mystery. I've never heard of these before! Hope you enjoy it :DReplyDelete
This sounds like a good mystery for a rainy afternoon. Going on my TBR list. My teaser's here: http://bit.ly/1KnaIUN.ReplyDelete
Like the sound of this one. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. :)ReplyDelete
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A riveting pair of murder mysteries and a thoughtful dissection of artistic patronage. Is it to help the Arts, or to aggrandize the giver? Wilson clearly knows of what he writes, and he beautifully brings the world of the commercial theatre to the lay-reader without over-simplifying or sensationalizing, with the same clarity he reveals the goings-on in the rarified world of museum boards of trustees. Great fun.ReplyDelete
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