A Debbie de Lille Murder Mystery
Deborah de Lille is an opera singer—in the least grand sense. Debbie doesn’t foresee a future beyond Handel Messiahs and low-budget tours … until her agent finagles her a minor role with a small-town company. Offenbach’s spooky opera, Tales of Hoffmann, features three leading ladies. The cast is all too well-acquainted, and familiarity has bred contempt. Debbie is the outsider, and someone is hell-bent on driving her out with smoke bombs, ghostly visitations, and booby-traps. Will opening night mean “curtains” for Debbie?
Be sure and stop by tomorrow for my review of Ding Dong the Diva’s Dead.
Cat Melodia is the nom de plume of a Seattle-based mezzo soprano and voice teacher. Like her heroine, she often wears the pants on stage. Three of her opera adaptations/translations have been performed at community colleges. She has a Bachelor’s Degree cum laude in German Literature from Princeton and a Master’s in Music.
Cat is the author of Ding Dong the Diva’s Dead, a Debbie de Lille Murder Mystery. Be sure and check out the YouTube video trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtNwEk17HU8Blog Tour web site: http://dingdongdiva.blogspot.com/ Cat Melodia’s blog: http://dingdongdiva.camelpress.com/ The Book can be purchased in Hardback, Paperback and ebook formats from the following retailers: Amazon
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