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  • Perception is everything … but is it real?

    Very little is as it first appears to be in this story. There are a large number of suspects, many possible motives, complicated relationships and many twists and turns to keep you guessing. I thought I had it figured out near the end of the book but I was wrong. I am both surprised and pleased the author keeps finding new ways to incorporate music into the plot. Thanks to a secondary character, we are also treated to some history; it’s pirates and gold coins in this book which added some levity to a book that dealt with a heavy topic. Although this book works fine as a standalone, you’ll understand the characters relationships to each other and some of the references to the past if you’ve read the previous books. All are excellent. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A thriller

    Marty is found dead with a gun in his hand. His father does not believe it is a suicide and asks Scott Drayco to investigate. His best friend, Antonio, is found dead and also believed to be a suicide. The song Suicide Sonato was one Marty listened to. It looks like a suicide, but as Marty investigates, there are doubts. A pirate's skeleton found buried with a bullet hole in his head and a valuable coin found with the skeleton. A page turner.

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  • The Suicide Sonata

    One of the first books I loaded onto my Kobo was Played to Death - the first in the Scott Drayco series. I was an instant fan and this current book is no let-down. A normal (seemingly) suicide is investigated by Scott at the request of the boy's father. Scott does not like investigating suicides, there are personal issues involved there, so he is a very reluctant investigator. The story moves at a cracking pace but the other attraction for me is the music that is at the heart of all Scott Drayco stories. I think the author must have such an inbuilt love of music that it resonates throughout all her books.

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