Reports of Madison Night's death have been greatly exaggerated…
When a junior copy editor at the local newspaper mistakenly uses interior decorator Madison Night's life story in the obituary of a recently deceased woman with a similar name, Madison's live turns upside down. Addison Nigh, a once in-demand jazz vocalist, had fallen into obscurity, and her death notice surprises only those who thought she died decades ago.
Canceled lines of credit and a swarm of condolences to Madison's loved ones are just the tip of the iceberg, but when the decorator discovers evidence that the real dead woman played a part in an unsolved murder, their identity mix-up gives Madison backstage access to a life of secrets. As parallels between the singer's life and her own become impossible to ignore, Madison questions the true price of fame. But Madison isn't the only one to discover the singer's buried secrets, and if she's not careful, the next obituary might be her own.
Can Madison protect a lyrical past with notes similar to her own, or will exposing the truth be her swan song?