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  • By Linda Thorne on March 25, 2017

    I enjoyed learning about conductors and ensembles. The main character, Cressa, accepts what she thinks is a dream job to conduct at a start-up ensemble. She move from Chicago to a setting in a town in Minnesota during the cold of winter. She connects with members of the ministry and staff at a neighboring church and is offered some work there. What she doesn't expect is to find herself knee deep in murder cases. The author is adept at changing point-of-view effectively. She does a great job of weaving her murder mystery into Cressa Carraway's world of music. A traditional murder mystery set in a symphony type music environment.

  • By Doward Wilson on July 9, 2016

    Meet Cressa Carraway, an aspiring music conductor who will enchant you with her murder solving skills while entertaining you with her music conducting and playing. Leaving her college teaching job in Chicago, she accepts a conductor's job with an ensemble in Minnesota that is looking at becoming a full symphony. Besides her conductor's work she accepts an invitation to join the choir at a local church which leads to playing the organ at the church across the street. Cressa is drawn into the murder of the choir's leader, when she finds the body. When a possible second murder occurs at her other church job, she finds that the suspect list connects the two victims. A homeless drug addict, lies, marital infidelity and bipolar personalities all play a part in this riveting adventure. This is an extremely well plotted murder that is fast moving and keeps your attention engaged right to the end. Cressa is warm hearted and likeable. The musical theme is entertaining, educational and really pulls everything together. This was a page turning read that kept me guessing right to the conclusion.I won this book in a contest from the author. This is my honest opinion and fair review.

  • By Wayne Zurl on August 11, 2017

    REQUIEM IN RED by Kaye George…..Anytime a book entertains and educates you’ve just read a winner.Professional musician Cressa Carrway makes her second appearance in this cozy mystery set in the frozen suburbs of Minneapolis where she takes a job as the novice conductor of a community chamber music ensemble. To supplement her income, she moonlights as the organist in two churches sitting across the road from each other.What could go wrong in this seemingly ideal rural setting with friendly people, All-American families, tree lined streets and the comfort of all those churches? Taking a quote from Ms. George, here’s a start: “Whenever you have people, you have conflict. Just because it’s a church doesn’t mean it’s all sweetness and light.” Later one of the ministers goes on say: “…[The] parishioners were usually law-abiding people. Of course, there was the occasional shoplifter, quite a few adulterers, and some who treated their wives and children badly. A percentage of the teenagers in any given year had brushes with the law: drugs, traffic violations, generally keeping bad company.”This only cracks the surface. Begin with a burglar and heroin addict constantly breaking into the churches. Toss in several duplicitous adults, church committee members who think their volunteer positions are on a par with the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a manic-depressive who doesn’t always stay on his meds and a sneaky killer—or two.Hopkins, Minnesota certainly isn’t all “sweetness and light.” And Cressa has stepped into the middle of all this subliminal tension and conflict and crime.Watch her uncover the clues to learn who killed the choir director, help restore the community to relative tranquility (until the springtime, perhaps) and teach all of us a little more about serious music than we knew before we began reading.


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