Eine Kleine Murder: A Cressa Carraway Musical Mystery

BRP Publishing Group
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Aspiring conductor Cressa Carraway arrives at her grandmother’s cabin at a rural Illinois lake resort, hoping to find some peace and quiet so she can finish composing the symphony she needs to earn her master’s degree in composition. Instead, she finds her grandmother’s corpse in the lake.

The authorities dismiss the death as an accidental drowning, but when Gram’s best friend drowns in the exact same spot, Cressa just knows something is off-key in this idyllic setting. Convinced that her grandmother’s death was anything but an accident, she fights her instinct to flee and starts looking into things herself.

There are lots of people and facts to consider, from the self-important property manager and his brow-beaten wife, to their salacious son, to the elderly widow who may be lacing her home-baked cookies with a dash of poison. As the body count rises, Cressa doesn’t know which will be finished first—her symphony or her life.

“Five stars out of five! I strongly recommend putting this book on your summer reading list. It is the perfect book to read while sitting by the water.” — Lynn Farris, Examiner.com

“Suspenseful and full of surprises! Agatha-nominated writer Kaye George seamlessly combines an engaging heroine, an unusual setting, and a suspicious set of characters to create a truly satisfying read.” —Judy Dailey, author, Animal, Vegetable, Murder

“Great characters. A genuine page turner.” — Marilyn Levinson, author, Twin Lakes Mystery series

“Eine Kleine Murder immediately draws you in. Once you start reading, you’ll ignore calls, texts and possibly your family until you reach the last page. The good news is that it’s well worth it!” — Laura Oles, Photo industry journalist & author

“Kaye George marries music and mystery in Eine Kleine Murder to produce an exciting, satisfying read. Brava, Ms. George!” — Kathy Waller, Austin mystery writer

“Kaye George delivers again! Cressa Caraway, classical composer, is up to her eyeballs in music, murder, and mayhem in George’s new mystery series. A rousing read.” —Gale Albright, Austin mystery writer

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About the author

Kaye George is a short story writer and novelist who has been nominated for Agatha awards twice. She is the author of two mystery series, the Imogene Duckworthy humorous Texas series and the Cressa Carraway musical mystery series. Her short stories can be found in her collection, A Patchwork of Stories, as well as in Fish Tales: The Guppy Anthology, All Things Dark and Dastardly, Grimm Tales, and in various online and print magazines. She reviews for Suspense Magazine, writes for several newsletters and blogs, and gives workshops on short story writing and promotion. Kaye lives in Knoxville, Tennessee. Find out more at her website, www.kayegeorge.com, or through Twitter and Facebook.

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Publisher
BRP Publishing Group
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Published on
Apr 29, 2013
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Pages
222
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ISBN
9781935460657
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Cozy
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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