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Offline iansinclair

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Mystery novels and pianos
« on: April 27, 2016, 05:34:08 PM »
Anybody else read mystery novels?  Or just novels?  I got to thinking about one the other day -- a rather good one in my view, which happens to feature a piano (Bosendorfer concert grand, no less) in one key scene, and is about a person who is a pianist.  "A Multitude of Sins", M K. Wren.  And there is another one -- "A Presumption of Death", Jill Paton Walsh writing a continuation of Dorothy Sayres (Sayres it's not -- but it's a decent read for all that) -- in which a piano also figures strongly in one key scene.

Anybody else think of such things?