The Tanglewood Murder

The Tanglewood Murder Several strange happenings followed by the instant death of a master violinist turn a few days of pleasure with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood into another crackling case for highly cul

Several strange happenings, followed by the instant death of a master violinist, turn a few days of pleasure with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood into another crackling case for highly cultivated newspaper owner C.B Greenfield and his sleuthing sidekick, chief reporter Maggie Rome.

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    Published :2018-03-21T19:48:45+00:00

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  1. Lori Hvizda ward

    Short and sweet “cozy” mystery, made all the more enjoyable by the fact that I grew up in The Berkshires of Massachusetts, where the story is set.

  2. John

    This was a very good little cozy mystery. The main characters are C. B. Greenfield, publisher of the Sloan's Ford "Reporter" and Maggie Rome his chief reporter. It's the newspaper's annual vacation period and Maggie is planning to stay home with her family until C. B. summons her to his office to announce that she will be driving him to the Tanglewood Music Festival to hear the Boston Symphony. She is reluctant until he reveals that he has reserved her a room too. They are soon enjoying a bucoli [...]

  3. Susan

    I read, I think, most of the C.B. Greenfield mysteries when I was living on the east coast and found them to be very good mystery stories -- quick reads with interesting characters. I was disappointed when I had run through the full selection at my local library. Unfortunately, these books now seem to be so unpopular (or perhaps so popular?) that almost none are available at my current library and little is reported about them online that I can find.

  4. Kara

    This was a cute little book that my mom recommended to me. There might be some typos, and it might be a little corny - but it kept me guessing, I'll tell you that. If you would like a light, refreshing, read after reading something intense - this is a nice one to turn to. I like straight-up, traditional mysteries, and this one is just that. I think I enjoyed it even more because it takes place locally.

  5. Bonnie

    The second in the C.B. Greenfield series, I liked this one a bit more because of the more interesting setting at the Tanglewood Music Festival, but didn't like it so much that I will seek out any more of the series. Rather reread Nero Wolfe!

  6. Wendy

    Really disappointed in this one. Parts of the plot didn't seem to connect and the characters were one dimensional and boring. The only good thing about the book was reading about local places.

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