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» Friday, January 11, 2008

Just finished reading...

Music of the Night
Nancy Herkness

Redburn Press
trade paperback
romantic suspense
ISBN 10: 1598991027
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Another fantastic book by Nancy Herkness! I loved her previous books, A Bridge to Love and Shower of Stars, so I was soooo glad when I heard about Music of the Night.

Once again, Nancy displays her wonderful flair for giving us an unconventional, non-clichéd romance hero. (Anyone remember Nancy's meteorite hunter hero from Shower of Stars?)

Nicholas Vranos is a hot (and I mean hot!) world class symphony conductor. When his orchestra's brilliant French Horn player is murdered in a practice room in Carnegie Hall, Nicholas is the prime suspect. Despite that disturbing fact, police detective Anna Salazar can't stop the sizzling attraction that draws from the first moment they meet. As their relationship progresses, she tries harder and harder to prove his innocence. But Nicholas is undeniably mixed up in a scheme involving the supposed discovery of Beethoven's legendary Tenth Symphony. Is the newly discovered score the real thing? Or just a clever forgery? And who, exactly, is murdering to protect it?

The plot starts out moving quickly and only picks up suspense and momentum as the pages turn. You won't want to put this thriller down until the final, crashing crescendo!



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