And All That Stalking

Merrill, Joan

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Synopsis: When a woman is found murdered in her North Beach apartment, San Francisco PI Casey McKie takes on the case as a favor to her friend Dee Jefferson. The singer and club owner wants Casey to prove the man accused of the crime, jazz drummer Greg Sanderson, is innocent. Casey discovers the crime scene is free of forensic evidence. She figures it’s the work of an experienced killer, and more murders with the same MO prove her hunch correct. Since all the victims were young jazz singers, Casey concludes the killer is someone from the jazz community. Is it Tony, the womanizing owner of a club where they all sang? Or songwriter Bernie Silvers, who pestered them to perform his tunes? Or is it actually Greg, who has a history of violence? Or someone unsuspected? After a string of dead ends, Casey is forced to use a singer as bait to catch the killer. “The pace is crisp, the dialogue snappy and apposite, and the comments on jazz, the music and the people, are insightful...Merrill writes with flair and imagination and this book will appeal to both lovers of crime fiction and jazz fans." - Bruce Crowther, Jazz Journal International “Imagine a setting as syncopated as San Francisco; and the lingo of hard-nosed local gendarmes. Mix both in the unpredictable environment of jazz, and you have an irresistible recipe for another exhilarating page-turner from Joan Merrill and her alter ego, Detective Casey McKie.” - Harvey Siders, JazzTimes

About the Author: Joan Merrill is the author of the Casey McKie jazz mystery series: "And All That Murder" (iUniverse, 2009), "And All That Sea" (iUniverse, 2010), and "And All That Stalking" (CreateSpace, 2012). She is the CEO of the production and talent management company, Saying It With Jazz, and produced the video documentary, “Saying It With Jazz,” fourteen shows for NPR’s "Jazz Profiles," and four shows for Smithsonian/PRI’s "Jazz Singing." She also produced two CDs: “You Don’t Know Me” with Rebecca Parris and “Well, Alright!” with Nancy Kelly, under her label, Saying It With Jazz. She also created the tribute website, carmenmcrae.com. Currently she is producing the musical revue, “Que Será! Celebrating Doris Day” featuring Kristi King. For more information about Ms. Merrill, go to sayingitwithjazz.com or joanmerrill.com. Ms. Merrill lives with her family in the Northwest.

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