An Alexia Lindale Novel
By Robert Whitlow
It's been a LONG time since I read the first Alexia Lindale novel so I figured that this would be a good test to see if they're truly "novels" or if they're really part of a series where you need to read them in order...
It was okay reading this book without remembering much of the first (although I remembered more and more as the book went along), but I'm not sure if I'd qualify it as a "novel" though. Many references go back to the first book, but they're not really that important...
This book is a good mystery with Whitlow's signature legal plot (although there's less courtroom action than other books he's written.) There's also a lot of musical information in this book - which I loved - but which could be a bit over the head of someone who's not interested in classical piano literature.
All in all I thought this was a fun, relaxing read and if you enjoy Whitlow's other books, you'd probably like this one too!
I received this book for free from Booksneeze for this review