Murder Duet: A Musical Case by Gur, BatyaMurder Duet: A Musical Case by Gur, Batya

Murder Duet: A Musical Case

byGur, Batya

Paperback | July 25, 2000

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Fourth in a series of popular, intellectually challenging mysteries from acclaimed Israeli author Batya Gur, Murder Duet features once again the smart, charming, and lonely police officer Michael Ohayon. After his cellist friend's father and brother--who are also well-known musicians--are brutally murdered, Ohayon, a classical music afficionado, sets out to solve the crime. From the opening pages, where the detective plays a compact disc of Brahm's First Symphony, to the newly discovered music for an unknown Vivaldi requiem that provides a rock-solid motive for the crime, lovers of crime novels, as well as music, will thrill to every dulcet note.

Batya Gur (1947-2005) lived in Jerusalem, where she was a literary critic for Haaretz, Israel's most prestigious paper. She earned her master's in Hebrew literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and she also taught literature for nearly twenty years.
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Title:Murder Duet: A Musical CaseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.96 inPublished:July 25, 2000Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060932988

ISBN - 13:9780060932985

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Everyone that knows Michael Ohayon is surprised at his career path. A music aficionado, Ohayon enjoys the finer things in life. But there is no mistaking the fact that he is a top-notch police officer. When his cellist friend’s father and brother are murdered, Ohayon is the investigating officer. What he soon uncovers is an unknown Vivaldi requiem that is the perfect motive for murder. In Murder Duet: A Musical Case, Ohayon must solve a case that even his friend is a suspect in.

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"A virtuoso performance." (Booklist)