After a temperamental meltdown on stage, Sean Hightower, a regretful and resentful “one-hit wonder” rock musician hoping for a comeback, returns to his girlfriend’s condo seeking comfort from the woman he loves. But after letting himself in, he discovers her naked body on the bed, murdered from a bullet to the head. When the police detective arrives and sees the two taped pieces of paper on the wall with the word, “hello,” on one and “goodbye,” on the other, he realizes that the renowned serial killer, The Beatles Song Murderer, has struck again. In the days that follow, he reaches another conclusion—the Beatles Song Murderer is probably somebody Sean knows. Now the detective needs Sean’s help to find the killer.
totally different and totally great
I have never read this author before and I was a bit concerned at first that I had misread the genre but it all came together soon. I am so glad I kept reading as it is very worth it. It is not that I did not enjoy the first part of the story, I just thought it to be different than I thought it would be. Even that first part was interesting and worth the read. I highly recommend this book and recommend that you read it to the end!
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