September 14, 2021

Murder With Strings Attached

 


Murder With Strings Attached

by Mark Reutlinger

Genre: Humorous Mystery 



Sometimes even the most carefully conceived burglary can take an unexpected turn. Florence Palmer has her eye on concert violinist Aaron Levy's priceless violin. Unfortunately, she finds it's already been stolen. Her surprise doubles when the virtuoso she'd planned to burgle offers to hire her to help him steal it back. But they're not the only ones looking for the missing violin. When Flo inadvertently becomes the prime suspect in a case of murder, she and Aaron need to clear her name. Will they find the real killer and get the violin back to its rightful owner without anyone else, especially themselves, being killed?


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Mark Reutlinger is the author of the novels "Made in China," "Murder with Strings Attached," and the "Mrs. Kaplan" cozy mystery series, as well as "Sister-in-Law" under the pen name M. R. Morgan. He is a professor of law emeritus at Seattle University. Born in San Francisco, Mark graduated from UC Berkeley and now lives with his wife, Analee, in University Place, Washington. When not reading or writing, Mark enjoys tennis, biking, playing the clarinet (in the Tacoma Concert Band), sports cars, and various arts and crafts. He doesn't know where he finds time for it all.


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9 comments:

  1. I like the humorous undertone of this story line.

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  2. This is right up my alley as I used to play the violin and I love stories about musical instruments! Thank you for going on tour and love to read and review print copies. Peggy Clayton

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    1. Thanks, Peggy. I'm a clarinet player myself, but somehow a story about a priceless clarinet (if there is such a thing) didn't seem as plausible. I enjoyed learning something about violins in the process of writing this story.

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  3. Mark Reutlinger is new to me, but I love meeting new authors. From what I read on this post, I think I'll really enjoy this book. Thanks to this blog for the introduction.

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  4. A clever title and I do love a humorous mystery.

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    1. Thanks for the comment. You might also enjoy my "Mrs. Kaplan" cozy mystery series (see Amazon or my website, MarkReutlinger.com). Flo, the narrator and protagonist of "Strings," is a minor character in "Mrs. Kaplan and the Matzoh Ball of Death."

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  5. This sounds like a great humourous mystery for me-thanks

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  6. I lvoe the title. It sounds like a fun read.

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    1. Thanks for the comment. I think if the title can give a potential reader some idea of the kind of story behind it, it's done its job.

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