Tina Overton, Fort Worth cop, is also a barbershop quartet member. The bit international competition is being held in San Antonio, which means Tina is out of her jurisdiction when two singers are murdered on the first day of the competition. Being a participant puts her in a unique position to help local cops–if only she could get them to listen to her.
There are lots of candidates to choose from in this who-dun-it, which presented me with my only problem with the book: I couldn’t keep up with all the names–not just character names, but quartet names–and I’d get confused about which name went with which quartet. Since I read this on my Kindle, I had a hard time flipping back to find who certain folks were. Kindle’s search function didn’t help with this one.
Still, it’s a good read, and deserving of a good solid four.