Wednesday, April 13, 2016


I'm so excited to report that this novel, the second in the Cressa Carraway Musical Mysteries, was released on the 12th.

This is a traditional mystery, not a cozy and not noir. I hope you'll sign up for the preview, look over the playlist, and give it a try. This is where you can do all that. If you'd prefer to buy it elsewhere, it's at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and many other places, including your local bookstore when you ask them to order it.

Here's the come-on from Barking Rain Press:

Aspiring conductor and amateur sleuth Cressa Carraway returns for a second installment of music and murder in this fast-paced mystery from author Kaye George.

Fresh out of grad school, Cressa lands her dream job as conductor of a fledgling ensemble in Minnesota that aspires to grow into a major orchestra. Leaving her psychic friend Neek, boyfriend Daryl, and DePaul University behind, she quickly starts to wonder what she’s gotten herself into.

Cressa’s new friendship with the first chair violinist of the ensemble, Maddy Streete, gives her an opportunity to sing in a dysfunctional church choir, but also leads to an organist gig in the church across the street. While playing the organ helps supplement her meager conducting salary, it places her in empty churches more often than she’d like, forcing her to deal with homeless vagrants, drug paraphernalia—and corpses.

As she tries to make sense out of everything, Cressa digs deeper into the lives of her fellow musicians and newfound friends to uncover swirling currents of hatred, old wounds, bitter resentments—and unexpected information about the suspicious deaths of her own musician parents so many years ago.

Can Cressa sort out the clues before she becomes the next victim?

PS. The Goodreads giveaway for the first in this series, EINE KLEINE MURDER,  ended last night. If you didn't win a copy, stay tuned for a giveaway of this one, coming soon!

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