Murder for Choir by Joelle Charbonneau

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     New show choir director Paige Marshall has no idea what she is walking into when she works the summer choir camp.  Paige, a struggling opera singer, is not well received by the choir students at Prospect Glen High.  But before she has too much time to worry about it, she finds rival choir director, Greg Lucas, dead in the auditorium.

     The main suspect is one of Paige’s most promising male vocal students but she doesn’t believe he committed the crime and sets out to clear his name. She begins putting together a list of suspects including the victim’s wife, his former best friend, and even the other teachers at the school.  The more Paige digs into the murder, the more it looks like the murder is trying to kill a second victim-Paige.

      With a police detective who runs hot and cold, a gay theater teacher, and her Aunt Millie and her stuffed dogs, Paige needs to find the murder before she ends up his next victim.

      This was a fun book with a great cast of characters.  We have Paige who is a strong, determined woman, her Aunt Millie who is the top selling Mary Kay salesperson in the midwest, Detective Mike who can’t make up his mind weather to arrest Paige or date her, and the sexy theater teacher who may or may not be gay.

     Murder for Choir is a well written book that kept me guessing the identity of the muderer until the very end.  With a few fun music scenes, a few steamy romance scenes, and a whole lot of trouble, this was a fast faced book for the musical mystery fan.

I give this book 3 1/2 stars out of 5. 

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