When a young soprano is found murdered, life imitates opera, and suddenly all the performers seem to have something to hide The murder investigation is in a race against time mere weeks before opening night, a black-tie gala at which everyone--including the President himself--will be in the seats.When a young soprano is found murdered, life imitates opera, and suddenly all the performers seem to have something to hide The murder investigation is in a race against time mere weeks before opening night, a black-tie gala at which everyone--including the President himself--will be in the seats.Read Less
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This was a Christmas gift to my sister and she told me she she enjoyed it very much.
Jul 29, 2007
I think it was a gripping story and maybe even spooky with the body of the young starlet found in the deep recesses of an old opera house. There were a couple of twists and turns and, of course, a surprise ending. I passed it on so that others would read it too. We are going to get together and discuss whether we liked it or not next week and pick a new book.
Apr 28, 2007
Although the title of the book is"Murder at the Opera" , I did not expect to get a continuous and indepth referral to every opera, every, opera singer etc. etc. etc. etc. ad nauseam .The book dragged and I struggled to finish it. An opera singer was murdered but after that where was the mystery? the suspense? It seemed the author was trying to impress us with her knowledge of opera, the arts and the expensive restaurants, the expensive clothing and furnishings but forgot the most important thing--THE PLOT. Although, the author is the daughter of Harry Truman ( a man I greatly admired), her continual jabs at the current administration was not needed in this book
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