Synopses & Reviews
Ty Leander's suicide attempt was for real or was it? Was it Julie San Martin's voice that haunted him, or was it his dead wife's? Did Homicide Lieutenant Janus suspect Ty of Cappy Jorgenson's murder, or was that an act, meant to ensnare the real killer? Sing Me a Murder
is full of questions, of turns and twists on every page; twists, said Anthony Boucher, that "reveal not only unecpected events but unexpected implications, and serve to illuminate character as well as action....This plot is so admirably twisted from the very first page that you should plunge right in; even the briefest outline will deprive you of some of Miss Nielsen's subtly calculated surprises."
This is a Show-Biz story that hits hard on both coasts, that never lets up once a half-dead man begins to supernaturally receive messages from his dead wife and sets out to clear an innocent man of a murder charge.
"A meaty book, opulent with unpredictable pleasures." New York Times