Looking for Chet Baker by Bill Moody
An Evan Horne Mystery

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Still recovering from violent past cases, pianist Evan Horne takes some gigs in Amsterdam, where the old jazz clubs are alive and well. There he finds himself reliving the last days of legendary blues trumpeter Chet Baker, who died under mysterious circumstances.

About Bill Moody

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Bill Moody's background as a musician and his talents as a writer have made the Evan Horne mysteries a favorite of jazz aficionados and crime-fiction fans alike. Moody, a professional drummer and noted critic, teaches at Sonoma State University in northern California. www.billmoodyjazz.com
Published June 17, 2011 by Poisoned Pen Press. 250 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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On the other hand, pushed makes a better story, and Ace had been after Evan to join him in unraveling what might be a sensational mystery.

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Spitzer.(Mar. 13)Forecast:As a jazz drummer and respected critic in the music world (Howard Mandel, president of the Jazz Journalists Association, and Dick Conte, of San Francisco's KCSM/KKSF, supply blurbs), the author is well positioned to push this latest jazz mystery to the obvious crossover ...

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