Dark Rhapsody (A Maggie O'Shea Mystery #2)
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In 1945, an Austrian girl discovers a priceless Nazi treasure near a remote alpine lake and sets in motion a decades-old secret that will change lives for generations to come.
Many years later, classical pianist Maggie O’Shea is preparing her return to the world of music. Instead, a nightmare of a haunting rhapsody and hundreds of roses from a deranged stalker propel her into a world of terror. Forces drive her to revisit the mystery of her mother’s death, her father’s startling disappearance, and a terrible secret from World War II. Maggie finds herself on a collision course with a brutal, disfigured killer who threatens those she holds dear—an aging pianist with a long-buried secret, a haunted cellist, a charismatic Maestro, and the crusty retired colonel she has come to love.
A story of loss, intrigue, vengeance, courage, and love.
Praise For Dark Rhapsody (A Maggie O'Shea Mystery #2)…
"From Austria to Washington and Paris, Dark Rhapsody by Helaine Mario takes the reader on a suspense-rich journey into a violent collision of the worlds of lost art, famous musicians, and international politics. Mario writes with the soul of a poet, painting her characters and scenes with deft touches of insight and wit. Her heroine, Maggie O’Shea, will burrow into your heart. Dark Rhapsody is that rare novel—a story that’s a page-turner and a deeply felt character study.” —Gayle Lynds, New York Times best-selling author
“As much about art as music, [Dark Rhapsody] reveals the transformative power of both.”—Library Journal
“Mario manages to hold all the plot pieces together surprisingly well. Romantic suspense fans will find much to like.”—Publishers Weekly
“Mario hooks you with layers of mysteries almost completely enough to overcome the sentimentality seeping out between perils.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Dark Rhapsody by Helaine Mario is a book not to be missed. My only complaint is that it ended! I wanted this marvelous work to go on and on.”—BookLoons
Oceanview Publishing, 9781608093519, 336pp.
Publication Date: July 16, 2019