On the fast track to international success, acclaimed concert pianist Leila Cates is close to achieving her dreams. But her path to certain stardom comes to a crashing halt when the body of her boyfriend, a world-renowned conductor, is discovered on the eve of her New York debut. When rumors about their relationship surface, Leila quickly becomes the primary suspect.
Desperate to clear her name, Leila sets out to uncover the truth. Enlisting the reluctant help of Orion Frazier, the lead detective on the case, their investigation soon entangles her in a world of secrets and lies.
With everything on the line, can Leila find the strength to face what she finds?
A taut suspense thriller of dark secrets and even darker ambitions, Breaking Measures is a stand-alone prequel novella to A Woven Silence.
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Music, Murder, Mystery and Intrigue.
Most definitely. The writing is artful. The plot is carefully woven. The characters are intricately drawn. It is a delight to listen to. The style reminds me of Jodi Picoult's "The Tenth Circle."
Yes, this book is not at all predictable. Leila Cates finds herself the main suspect in her boyfriends murder after finding him in bed with someone else and publicly fighting with him. As the situation unravels, it keeps getting worse. You cannot stop listening.
No, but I certainly will in the future. She gave an excellent performance.
Just when she thought her life was perfect, it blew up.
This is sophisticated work of art. I highly recommend it. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.
- pixledust "Because tales should be told."
Good Who dunnit.
No Great short story listen. But once was enough once you know who is doing it.
Rebecca Roberts's performance was great giving life to all of the characters. Especially to Laila
Musicians can't kill.
This audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.
- Marla "I love fiction, with an occasional autobiograpy. I try to read 3 books a week but sometimes I only get around to 2."