|Published March 31, 2015 by Mira|
The key to this mystery seems to be the last few lines of the synopsis: They (Danni Cafferty and Michael Quinn) discover that sometimes, for some people, the line between passion and obsession is hard to draw. Only in uncovering the truth can they hope to save others—and themselves—from the deadly hands of a killer.
The killer is convinced that somewhere in New Orleans is Arnie Watson's magic sax. And he will go through anyone to get it.
This mystery isn't quite as magical as the first 2 in the series. And most of the secondary characters from the first book are relegated to minor status in this one.
The romance between Cafferty and Quinn is still going strong. The relationship between Billie and Hattie is mentioned, but not built on.
There are a lot of names in this book. A lot of band characters to try and keep straight. Danni, Quinn, and Billie join the local music scene to try and find out what's going on with the deaths and see if they can solve the mystery faster that way.
I liked the book, but I was expecting something a little different from the mystery portion. I give it 3.5 out of 5 stars because it was well written even if it wasn't exactly what I was expecting.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.