Devil's Trill A Daniel Jacobus Mystery

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Synopsis

Devil's Trill - a Mystery in Sonata-Allegro form is the ­first-ever audio book to integrate musical passages that provide clues to solving the mysteries! Author­ Gerald Elias, a renowned concert violinist himself performs the music. Blind, sharp-tongued violinist Daniel Jacobus, living in self-imposed exile in rural New England, is drawn into mysterious crimes in New York City. A stolen Stradivarius - a strangled pedagogue of musical prodigies - Jacobus is not only the chief investigator of these misdeeds, he's the prime suspect! A police detective hot on his tail, Jacobus roams the bucolic Berkshires, hallowed Carnegie Hall, and tradition-bound Japan, searching for answers only he can see. With alluring student Yumi and jazz-­­loving Nathaniel at his side, Jacobus feels his way through self-doubt and darkness. The shadowy spheres of classical music and steamy streets of the Big Apple give noir a new meaning, in the first mystery novel in the gripping Daniel Jacobus series, read by award-winning narrator Jim Frangione.

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