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Death of a Tenor Man epub

by Bill Moody


Death of a Tenor Man epub

ISBN: 096441385X

ISBN13: 978-0964413856

Author: Bill Moody

Category: Thriller and Mystery

Subcategory: Mystery

Language: English

Publisher: Dark City Books (December 2003)

Pages: 233 pages

ePUB book: 1327 kb

FB2 book: 1906 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 269

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Moody, a professional drummer and noted critic, teaches at Sonoma State University in northern California.

Moody, a professional drummer and noted critic, teaches at Sonoma State University in northern California.

Death of a tenor man. An Evan Horne Mystery. 3959 Van Dyke Rd, Ste.

Death of a Tenor Man book. by. Bill Moody. Horne, Evan (Fictitious character) - Fiction. Private investigators - Nevada - Las Vegas - Fiction. African American musicians - Fiction. Jazz musicians - Fiction. Las Vegas (Ne. - - Fiction. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on May 21, 2013. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Evan Horne is playing piano at the Fashion Show Mall as he recovers from an injury to his right hand. What is Kobo Super Points? A loyalty program that rewards you for your love of reading. Explore rewards Explore Kobo VIP Membership.

Moody (Solo Hand, 1994) seems as determined as the bad guys to put Wardell Gray behind him.

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Bill moody series: Evan Horne

Bill moody series: Evan Horne. Evan Horne is playing piano at the Fashion Show Mall as he recovers from an injury to his right hand. Moody's second Evan Horne mystery brings back jazz piano player and amateur sleuth Horne and sets him the daunting task of solving the 30-year-old murder of saxophonist Wardell Gray, who died in Las Vegas in 1955, the apparent victim of a heroin overdose. Horne is called to Las Vegas by his friend and fellow jazz buff Ace Buffington, who hopes to write an article on Gray's death and its relation to the abrupt closing of Moulin Rouge, the site of Gray's last gig and the first integrated nightclub in the city.

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Evan Horne is playing piano at the Fashion Show Mall as he recovers from an injury to his right hand. His old friend Ace Buffington asks him to look for a few answers about the mysterious death of tenor sax player Wardell Gray. Horne doesn't realize that asking a few questions about this decades old murder can bring a lot of heat, including a confrontation with a mobster.
what happens in vegas stays in vegas... with a bullet hole in the head. a lot of info of the times
If you're ignorant, or stupid, don't try to read anything by Bill Moody. His writings are for intelligent, well read, artistically aware individuals. His creations are literary works of art. His words are choreographed like a Bob Fosse production. As i read each of his books, soundtracks came through to me.
The "Great American Novel" is in the capable hands of Bill Moody.
In the 2nd installment of the Evan Horne mysteries, Bill Moody sets his hero in the neon snakepit of Las Vegas, where an old friend sends Evan on a mission to solve a 37-year-old murder. But doing so peels back layers of Las Vegas history,
opening old wounds that someone is willing to kill to keep covered...
As in Solo Hand, Bill Moody assembles a vivid cast of
characters and plays out a twisted story-line like a jazz virtuoso with murderous chops that include the fate of tenor
saxophonist Wardell Gray and the real history of the Moulin Rouge, as well as a handful of subplots that Moody deftly ties together in a coolly musical climax. For all its brooding authenticity, regarding both jazz and Las Vegas, Death of a Tenor Man is a fast-paced and well-wrought mystery.