NOTES FROM HELL By Rachel Bukey

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This a well written and sensible story. The Seattle area descriptions are accurate. The content of newsroom sounds okay to me. I know almost nothing of opera. The first part of the book was devoted to opera and I found unstimulating as I have little interest in the opera. I thought the mystery plot original and creative. Amy Dexter, a Seattle Times reporter has an interview with an opera rock star. She is charmed. The star, Franco Albanese is kidnap and she began to receive emails from the kidnapper. The Seattle Police take over and she is told to go back to her reporting. The twist and turns that occur will keep you turning the pages. Amy is motivated to try and save Franco’ s life. The ending is a surprise. My thanks to the author for a free copy for this review.

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