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Fiona can't wait to attend the performance of Coppelia at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh. Her old friend, Silja Ramsay, is dancing the principal role. They have dinner after the show, but when they return Pittsburgh Ballet Theater is down one dancer! Ballerina, Alexis Cartwright, has been found dead in the dressing room. Is this murder a result of hot tempers among the cast members? Or is it a random act of violence? Will there be more murders? Homicide Detective Nathan Landry isn't taking any chances. After finding out Fiona has a strong background in ballet, he recruits her to go undercover among the cast of Coppelia. Can Fiona help catch a killer, or will she be the next victim?
©2016 Cindy McDonald (P)2017 Cindy McDonald
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5 out of 5 stars
By Linda Taylor on 10-26-17

A Fun Book to Listen Too.

Maren Swenson Waxenburg did a great job narrating Murder on Pointe. It was a fun to listen to how Fiona kept getting in trouble. Great book to listen too.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Caroline Breheny on 03-19-18

Take a Breath!

I’m giving the story 3 stars because the narrator made it impossible to listen to it long enough to make an actual judgement. I assume that somewhere in the first 20 minutes is a period. Surely the whole story isn’t written as one unbroken narrative with no punctuation, but you wouldn’t know it from this narrator. She surely is a woman in a hurry. I won’t be trying anything else from her.

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5 out of 5 stars
By KJKirk on 07-06-17

Fiona is a loveable chatterbox

I am glad these books are now available on Audible, I have already reviewed Waves of Murder, the book after this one, and put it on Goodreads I will copy it on to Audible. Even though I read the books in the wrong order it did not spoil my enjoyment of this story. This book has a creative and unusual plot that causes a merging of very different worlds and Fiona finds herself mixed up in murder as a consqeuence. Yes, as the title suggests it involves ballet, but not in the way you think. Fiona, the main protagonist is very loveable probably because she has some minor flaws that are instantly forgivable and actually make her more likeable.The story keeps you guessing "who done it" right until the end. There are some surprise touches that I won't mention because they would spoil the story but they add to the enjoyment of the book. The narrator Meren Swenson Waxenberg is superb. As we dedicated Audiobookers know, the narrator is almost as important as the story and Ms. Swenson Waxenberg is now on my list of narrators to watch out for.
This book is perfect for a relaxing read. It will also make a long journey more enjoyable or any chore you're doing more pleasant.

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