Saturday, August 24, 2013
This is the third book in the Fleeting Series, starring, Enescu Fleet. In this book we find Ef at Baltimore's Pendleton Institute of Music.
The school wants to host a dinner to pay tribute to George Enescu, Romania's most famous composer. Naturally, they call on the man's most distinguished descendent: Enescu Fleet, the world-renowned (semiretired) private detective.
The only problem is, Enescu Fleet isn't related to George Enescu. He isn't even Romanian. From this mild deception comes a cacophony of lies, intrigue and murder. And that's barely before the salad course has arrived. It will take a steady hand to conduct the Pendleton through the chaos. Can Fleet serve up another winning performance?
While attending a dinner in honor of George Enescu, a body comes flying through the air lands on a table, and mutters a clue as to who caused his death. The clue he mutters before he dies is...Frank Sinatra?! What does it mean? Who did the drastic deed? Through many Frank Sinatra musings, and look-alikes, another murder, a dognapping, we finally arrive at the right clue, and the illustrious Enescu Fleet yet solves another mystery.
This book was provided to me by the author, Sherban Young. Thank you Mr. Young for a few days of reading and catching up with Johnny, Lesley, Ate, and Hutton, and a few other characters thrown in the cacophony of mayhem.
I did not receive any type of compensation for reading and reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers and authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review.