AND ALL THAT MADNESS by Joan Merrill is Now Available as an Audio Book
The jazz mystery And All That Madness by Joan Merrill is now available as an audio book narrated by long-time radio host Alisa Clancy (Morning Cup of Jazz at KCSM Jazz91). Click here to listen to a sample!
And All That Madness is a well-constructed, slickly-told detective story that follows San Francisco PI Casey McKie as she encounters now-aging people who were involved in the 1950s singer Georgia Valentine's life, among them musicians, agents, former lovers, criminals, cops, archivists, fans, all of them realistically portrayed. (By the way, the author keeps the reader guessing and I was agreeably surprised at the identity of the killer.)
This is Merrill's fourth Casey McKie tale, and this one emphatically underlines the writer's many qualities, among which are her secure knowledge of jazz, her believable settings, and her light touch with dialogue. Definitely a good read. -- Bruce Crowther, crime novelist and jazz writer, Jazz Journal International
For download of All That Madness, go to audible.com or iTunes.com.
For the CD version, go to joanmerrill.com. You can send a check or use PayPal to pay with a credit card.
All four Casey McKie mysteries are available in paperback and in Kindle from amazon.com. And also from joanmerrill.com (check or PayPal).