Murder Duet



Murder DuetWith Tension As Taut As Strings On A Cello, The Fourth Michael Ohayon Mystery From Israel S Agatha Christie, In Which The Police Officer Must Solve The Murder Of Two Musicians, Is Pure Reading Pleasure New York Times.After His Cellist Friend S Father And Brother Who Are Also Well Known Musicians Are Brutally Murdered, Chief Superintendent Michael Ohayon, A Classical Music Afficionado, Sets Out To Solve The Crime From The Opening Pages, Where The Detective Plays A Compact Disc Of Brahm S First Symphony, To The Newly Discovered Music For An Unknown Vivaldi Requiem That Provides A Rock Solid Motive For The Crime, Lovers Of Crime Novels, As Well As Music, Will Thrill To Every Dulcet Note.

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  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Murder Duet
  • Batya Gur
  • English
  • 28 April 2017
  • 0060932988

10 thoughts on “Murder Duet

  1. Sharon says:

    Critics praise this author for the wealth of detail and the complexity of characters in her writing and this is certainly true However, for me the extensive detail and complexity got in the way of the story Whole pages dedicated to an esoteric lecture on music delivered by one of the characters was a bridge too far in my opinion and demonstrates that even the good stuff can be carried too far.

  2. Linda says:

    The fourth book featuring charming Israeli detective Michael Ohayon who finds an abandoned baby which leads him to an arrangement with a neighbour from a musical family It gets complicated by the murder of the neighbour s father set in Jerusalem.

  3. Xolrax says:

    4.2

  4. Sara Goldenberg says:

    Did not love the story, characters or the stilted translation.

  5. Bev says:

    Picked up another Batya Gur book at the library Having enjoyed Literary Murder so much, I was expecting a good read with Murder Duet Um, not so much From the way the blurb read, I thought I would be reading the next in the seriesbut found that this one takes place sometime before LM I don t like Michael the protaganist of the series in this one I don t know what happened to him in between these two stories, but he s muchappealing and interesting in LM And the story just didn t h Picked up another Batya Gur book at the library Having enjoyed Literary Murder so much, I was expecting a good read with Murder Duet Um, not so much From the way the blurb read, I thought I would be reading the next in the seriesbut found that this one takes place sometime before LM I don t like Michael the protaganist of the series in this one I don t know what happened to him in between these two stories, but he s muchappealing and interesting in LM And the story just didn t hold my interest One of the few times I ve not finished a book But as I get older and have less time in front of me , I ve added my own rider to the phrase So many books, so little time to waste any of it on books I don t care for

  6. Nathanial says:

    Oh, this was great Compelling, believable characters, fully committed in a complex, nuanced plot with high stakes and vivid repercussions, just enough aesthetic attention to detail, wry social commentary, moving family drama, historical imaginings, and even a touch of mid nineties post modern self conscious irony She s got such great intimate moments the opening chapter of the stereotypical loner detective who s completely wrapped up in the process of changing a baby s diaper is absolutely fa Oh, this was great Compelling, believable characters, fully committed in a complex, nuanced plot with high stakes and vivid repercussions, just enough aesthetic attention to detail, wry social commentary, moving family drama, historical imaginings, and even a touch of mid nineties post modern self conscious irony She s got such great intimate moments the opening chapter of the stereotypical loner detective who s completely wrapped up in the process of changing a baby s diaper is absolutely fabulous that she can pull off quick sketches of minor characters in just a line or two, and never verge on cliche

  7. Deb Oestreicher says:

    As usual, Batya Gur delivers a gripping whodunit while exposing a particular segment of Israeli society in this case, professional classical musicians In addition, her protagonist, Detective Michael Ohayon, decides to manage his intimacy issues in a rather surprising way Gur s plots are always compelling and her characters are fascinating Even if you guess whodunit early, the novel is a pleasure to read.

  8. Xerxessia says:

    Dieser Krimi von Batya Gur gef llt mir in der Reihe um Inspektor Ochajon bisher am besten Der Spannungsbogen ist nicht so trocken, wie bei den vorherigen.Toll, wie die Autorin sich mit Musikthemen auseinandersetzt Wo sie wohl ihre ganzen Informationen her hat Das ist eindeutig ein Buch f r Klassik Musik Liebende.

  9. Carol Sheffer says:

    Since I am not very well versed in classical music,I can t fully appreciate parts of the book especially the first chapter and a rather long one toward the end She obviously knew a lot or did a huge amount of research on the topic I liked her other books better.

  10. Sherry says:

    An easy read but in a few sections it was gratuitously violent describing murder victims but I have a very low tolerance No surprise to the ending, but the characters were interesting and that kept me invested.

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