DreamSE22 reviewed Funeral Music (Sara Selkirk, Bk 1) on
I was really looking forward to reading this book, however it wasn't captivating enough to hold my interest compared to a lot of other mystery series I am reading. The book wasn't necessarily boring and the premise was somewhat interesting, however not a novel for me to sit down and enjoy at this time.
Best of luck to the next reader!
This book is set in oe of the most beautiful cities I'e ever been to -Bath, England. A mysterious death at the Roman Baths turns a cellist into an amateur sleuth as her policeman/student spills the story during his lessons.
Never having visited Bath in my many travels to England, this was a joy to read. Great descriptions and history of Roman Bath. Joss created more than a few great personalities and a few horrible people as suspects. Good read.
Winner of the CWA Silver Dagger Award
To the ancient Romans, the healing waters of Bath belonged to goddess Minerva. Today they belong to the gods of commerce, as tourists teem, shops prosper, and the incense of gourmet food rises to the English skies. Among the throng is Sara Selkirk, a world-class cellist who came undone in a Paris performance. For Sara, taking a break from performing has given her a chance to look at what's missing from her life - and even at a case of murder . . .