By Pat Dale
Published by MuseItUp Publishing
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Published: July 25, 2012
Words: 99,290 (approximate)
The child abductor doesn’t stand a chance with rogue police detective Dan Quinn and psychologist Sera Moreland on his trail.
TOCCATA is about the city of St. Louis, with wealthy residents who personify the decadence evident in their community. About how inherited wealth carries with it the danger of being abused, to the detriment of the abusers and those with whom they come in contact.
But St. Louis is also a city with a heart and an amazing musical heritage including jazz and classical, and a nearly constant humid climate that spurs its inhabitants to express their basest instincts even while rising to lofty levels of achievement. It’s about sex and privilege, a sense of entitlement, and the dangers inherent in them.
TOCCATA is about the unlikely duo of gifted musician and clinical psychologist, Sera Moreland, and rogue police detective, Daniel Quinn, who are drawn together to solve the mysterious abduction of a young girl; a pairing that carries them far beyond their wildest dreams.
TOCCATA is about abduction, torture, murder, and love.
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