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The Classic Rockers Reunion with Death by RJ…

The Classic Rockers Reunion with Death

by RJ McDonnell

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With RJ McDonnell's Rock & Roll Mystery series, I've come to expect a complex and intriguing plot, well-placed humor, and, of course, a connection to the music industry. This story has all that and more. While Jason Duffy untangles evidence of multiple murders, we also explore family dynamics and friendships both old and new. Memorable characters lead us through a plot filled with surprises. This one will keep you guessing until the end.

** This book could be read as a stand-alone. Enough background is given to understand the main characters, but not so much that readers who have followed the series will get bored with repeat details. ** ( )
1 vote Darcia | Jan 15, 2013 |
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San Diego private investigator Jason Duffy is literally taken out of his comfort zone when he travels to Scranton, PA in January after his uncle’s best friend is murdered. Jason knows very little about Uncle Patrick because of a feud between his father and uncle that caused an estrangement over 40 years ago. He learns that his uncle and the victim were members of a rock band that nearly made it to the national scene in the late 60s, and were about to play a reunion concert in their hometown when the murder occurred. The investigation leads Jason back to an “almost anything goes” era that is exacting a huge price many years later. To mix & master this musical mystery, Jason fills in for the murdered guitarist and soon finds himself struggling to avoid filling in a cemetery plot. Someone doesn’t want that reunion concert to happen and is willing to do anything to cancel it forever. The case teaches Jason how easy it is for all of us to fall victim to our assumptions.

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