[ download epub ] Melody for Murder: A Bertie Bigelow Mystery (The Bertie Bigelow Mysteries Book 1) (English Edition)Author Carolyn Marie Wilkins – Carcier.co

On The South Side Of Chicago, One SOUR Note Can Lead To MURDER When Recently Widowed College Choir Director Bertie Bigelow Reluctantly Accepts A New Years Date With Judge Theophilous Green, She Never Imagines The Esteemed Civil Rights Pioneer And Inveterate Snob Will Be Found Shot To Death The Next Morning Shes Even Surprised When Her Talented But Troubled Student LaShawn Thomas Is Arrested For The Crime But Bertie Suspects That Someone In Her Tight Knit Social Circle Is Really The Killer Is It Hot Tempered Patrice Soule, The Voluptuous Diva And Recent Winner Of The Illinois Idol Contest Is It Charley Howard, The BBQ Hot Sauce King, A Self Made Millionaire With Mafia Connections Is It The Mysterious Dr Momolu Taylor Newly Arrived From Africa, He S Invented A Hot New Sex Drug Thats Got Some Powerful Politicians Feeling Frisky Or Could It Be Alderman Steady Freddy Clark, Corrupt South Side Ward Boss And Would Be Patron Of The Arts One Thing Is Certain Bertie Bigelow Will Need To Keep Her Wits About Her To Avoid Becoming The Killers Next Victim

5 thoughts on “Melody for Murder: A Bertie Bigelow Mystery (The Bertie Bigelow Mysteries Book 1) (English Edition)

  1. J. T. Biggs J. T. Biggs says:

    If you ve ever lived in Chicago, you ll know that Melody for Murder captures it perfectly The politics, the criminals, the racial tension is all in this book from the beginning until the end And there is Bertie Bigelow right in the middle of things, a music professor with a taste for justice and no idea where to find it Carolyn Wilkins turns up the tension on Bertie from the very beginning of the novel and builds the pressure constantly and realistically throughout the novel In the process she creates a strong likable heroine that fans are going to want to read about again and again I think I have a crush on Bertie Bigelow.

  2. Coco Coco says:

    This is an entertaining read I usually don t read stories with amateur detectives but the Chicago references pulled me in Lots of excitement A light read.

  3. Delia C. Pitts Delia C. Pitts says:

    As a native Chicagoan, I enjoyed this slice of authentic South Side flavor The mystery was neat, the characters recognizable, the heroine plucky Looking forward to from clever Bertie and her talented creator.

  4. C. Zeller C. Zeller says:

    Great and entertaining book I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  5. Exobia Exobia says:

    A modern whodunit featuring a music professor as an amateur sleuth Music and mystery go hand in hand as Bertie Bigelow search her Chicago neighborhood s cast of characters for her student s killer Not a cozy mystery but not a gory, hard boiled crime novel either makes this steady paced story an enjoyable read I loved every page