By Anne Marie Stoddard
Because the supervisor and reserving agent for Atlanta's well-known fort Rock live performance venue, Amelia "Ame" Grace is prepared for the main interesting week of her occupation: she's booked 3 indicates and a reside DVD-filming for the comeback travel of none except the Pop Rock Prince himself, Bobby Glitter! prior to the rock big name can take a bow at the first evening, in spite of the fact that, hassle steals the exhibit as fortress Rock's proprietor takes a perilous tumble from atop the venue's tower. To make concerns worse, the police suspect foul play—and all symptoms aspect to 2 of chateau Rock's personal staff. Ame quickly unearths herself in a race opposed to time to transparent the names of her neighbors and discover the reality ahead of the killer comes to a decision it's curtains for her too!
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"Fast-paced and unique, Anne Marie Stoddard offers readers a behind the curtain move to homicide taking heart level and critical an encore."
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