Frost the Fiddler by Janice Weber

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While posing as a world-class concert violinist, secret service agent Leslie Frost witnesses a murder in a Leipzig church and begins to investigate, uncovering some pre-glasnost shenanigans and a possible threat to her own life. National ad/promo.

About Janice Weber

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AMANDA BROWN is the author of three novels, including "Legally Blonde," which became a hit movie starting Reese Witherspoon and also a Broadway musical. She lives in Los Angeles. JANICE WEBER is a concert pianist as well as a novelist. She lives in Massachusetts.
Published May 1, 1992 by St Martins Pr. 338 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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By the time Frost, as ``Smith''--one of a rapidly diminishing group of Seven Sisters, a super-secret spy circle headed by a cool queen--has caught on to a computer gig whereby an ex-Soviet satellite is being harnessed for evil purposes, she'll have been bopping around Europe, New York, and Boston...

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After witnessing a murder outside an East German church, Frost is drawn into a mission that centers on a powerful computer and a ring of communist spies.

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