Chamber Music, Chandeliers, and Sudden Death... Nobody has been murdered at Sarah Kelling's elegant Beacon Hill boarding house in months. So she accepts an invitation from her favorite lodger Max Bittersohn to attend a Sunday concert at Madam Wilkins' Palazzo, a museum made famous by Madam's priceless art collection and abominably bad taste.
Sarah soon hears there is something more ghastly going on than poorly played Boccherini. A palace guard says there's been tampering with his favorite Titian, a kooky Countess brags that she makes money forging antique icons, and a pet peacock screams... as someone pushes a body off the third floor balcony.
This paperback book is in fair to good condition with spine rubbing, and more than average cover wear.