Music of the Night

Music of the Night Legend has it that Beethoven wrote a tenth symphonyd made it music to die for When world famous conductor Nicholas Vranos finds his best friend murdered backstage at Carnegie Hall he s plunged into a

  • Title: Music of the Night
  • Author: Nancy Herkness
  • ISBN: 9781466437814
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • Legend has it that Beethoven wrote a tenth symphonyd made it music to die for When world famous conductor Nicholas Vranos finds his best friend murdered backstage at Carnegie Hall, he s plunged into a maelstrom of intrigue swirling around Beethoven s mythical Tenth Symphony Discovered in Vienna, the musical manuscript has left a trail of betrayal and death on its joLegend has it that Beethoven wrote a tenth symphonyd made it music to die for When world famous conductor Nicholas Vranos finds his best friend murdered backstage at Carnegie Hall, he s plunged into a maelstrom of intrigue swirling around Beethoven s mythical Tenth Symphony Discovered in Vienna, the musical manuscript has left a trail of betrayal and death on its journey to New York City Although Nicholas is her main suspect, N.Y.P.D Detective Anna Salazar finds herself turning to the dark, charismatic maestro for help as she navigates the Byzantine world of classical music With a hysterical violinist as the only witness and a scrap of musical doodles as the only clue, Anna finds herself drawn into Nicholas s web of seduction and power As passion explodes between them, she must decide how much she can trust him, both with the case and with her heart Originally published by Redburn Press.

    One thought on “Music of the Night”

    1. I was not so sure about the music stuff. But the suspense is well driven and the love story is good enough, as so often with Nancy Herkness.

    2. Profoundly beautiful.There isn't one thing I didn't enjoy about reading this story. A superbly written story of love.Fantastic characters and a riveting plot with twists and turns woven with mystery and intrigue.This was my first Nancy Herkness book and it won't be my last. She is going on my most favorite list of authors.

    3. A Murder Mystery with a twist .which enhances the story. As far as I know this is a stand-alone story.Detective Lieutenant Anna Salazar is called to a murder scene at Carnegie Hall. One of the youngest detectives in the NYPD, she has certainly made a name with some of her fellow offices. Her partner Mac, is already on the scene.Alexi Savenkov, musician, was shot. 2 people are witnesses and potential suspects. Anna was shocked by her reaction to Nicholas Vranos he had the most stunning eyes she [...]

    4. Music of the NightAnna meets Nicholas at the murder of his best friend. The instant attraction between the two is great but can they overcome the odds they face and receive their HEA?

    5. Must read bookI could not stop reading this book, kept me guessing as to who done it. Will be reading more books from this author

    6. Loved it!The only thing that bothered me about the book is that when she would move the storyline along there should have been an extra space between paragraphs. It creates a bit of confusion when I go from a conversation between Anne and Mac, to a conversation or situation that involves other people who aren't even around Anne a Mac. Other than that, I loved the book!

    7. Another winner by Nancy! Loved the story that took the reader into the world of classical music. The conductor was handsome and sexy and the lady detective was beautiful and smart. The mystery completed a great novel.

    8. Really enjoyed this book. I have had this book downloaded for a while and had been looking at it even longer. I regret that I did not read it sooner. It has a very good story line with several twists and turns.

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