If Stella Crown loves anything as much as her farm, her Harley, and her friends, its a good dose of rock-and-roll. But when the chance arrives to see a Philadelphia legend in concert, she gets more than she bargained for. A bomb threat empties out the club, and when the panic subsides, a member of the band is missing. When the body of the singer, ...
If Stella Crown loves anything as much as her farm, her Harley, and her friends, its a good dose of rock-and-roll. But when the chance arrives to see a Philadelphia legend in concert, she gets more than she bargained for. A bomb threat empties out the club, and when the panic subsides, a member of the band is missing. When the body of the singer, Genna, is found in the club later that night, Stellas friend Jordan Granger is the prime suspect. Jordan had no official relationship with the victim, but Stella is convinced he was in love with her. The drummer of the band, a talented but volatile man, was Gennas actual boyfriend, and Stella doesnt trust him. Did the drummer kill his girlfriend after setting the bomb? Were the two crimes even related? Stella finds herself acting not only as Jordans keeper, but as an investigator into his life, as well as her own. Meanwhile, Stellas boyfriend has a secret of his own. Why isnt he returning her calls? And why was he so exhausted and edgy even before the disastrous concert? The answer isnt something Stella ever dreamed of.
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Publishers Weekly, 2007-06-04 It may be hard to believe that Pennsylvania dairy farmer Stella Crown can make a habit of stumbling into murder cases, but her intense fourth adventure (after 2006's To Thine Own Self Be True) is reason to hope her bad luck continues. Stella and her boyfriend, Nick, join their friends Lucy and Lenny at a Philly concert hall to hear the Tom Copper Band, a rock group of local boys who've hit the big time and will soon head home to play at Lucy and Lenny's wedding reception. After a bomb threat clears the club, the band's lead singer, Genna, is found dead inside, and Stella's friend Jordan, the band's sound man and Genna's not-so-secret admirer, is the prime suspect. Clemens avoids making farm life too bucolic, while Stella, with her Harley, cows and engaging circle of friends, will appeal to cozy and more mainstream mystery fans alike. This is a solid addition to a series that improves book by book. (Aug.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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