14 November 2011 0 Comments

Examiner: Mozart’s Last Aria ‘magical’

My new novel MOZART’S LAST ARIA gets a fabulous review on Examiner.com. So often in even good reviews, a writer finds little weirdnesses coming at him out of left field, and wonders how the reviewer came to such odd conclusions. Well, this is a review where I feel the reviewer, Pamela Kramer, has simply got it. As a writer, that’s really rather moving. Here are some excerpts from Pamela’s review:

A combination historical fiction/mystery novel. This is not your run-of-the-mill pot-boiler, though. It’s much more complex –and even rather magical. … Mozart emerges as much more intellectual than the portrayal of him in the movie Amadeus and other venues. In fact, he had some real depth (political depth)… Mystery lovers, music lovers and history buffs will enjoy this read.

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