The Metropolitan Opera Murders by Helen Traubel

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Originally published in 1951, The Metropolitan Opera Murders has been reprinted via Poisoned Pen Press. What a wonderful way to greet new readers. The Metropolitan Opera house is an iconic place for music and the arts. So when a murder happens the stage is set for some thrilling drama. The game is afoot and Detective Lt Sam Quentin is on the case!! Time to revisit the classics, friends!!

~Tanja

*Thank you to Poisoned Pen Press for sharing this title with me.

From the Cover...
When the prompter falls dead during the second act of Richard Wagner's Die Walk├╝re during a matinee performance at the Metropolitan Opera, as one can imagine, it causes quite a stir, especially when it is discovered that the deceased, a one time world famous Heldentenor has been poisoned. The detective assigned to the case, Lt. Quentin, finds himself immersed in the back stage drama of professional opera. His task is made more difficult when he decides that it had really been the star soprano who had been the intended victim, and not the prompter. Will he be able to solve the case before there is another Metropolitan Opera Murder?

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