Played to Death: A Scott Drayco Mystery

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When crime consultant Scott Drayco is bequeathed a rundown Opera House in a down-on-its-luck seaside village, his hopes for a quick sale are dashed after a client is murdered in the Opera House—the letter “G” mockingly carved into his chest. Drayco must untangle a web of jealousy and betrayal reaching into the darkest days of history before tensions in town explode and he becomes the next victim. More
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About BV Lawson

Past career hats BV Lawson tried on include maid, super-speedy typist, classical musician, radio announcer, being in TV commercials (for all of one day), research assistant, TV features writer and working for the Discovery Channel. Now a full-time freelance writer, she's penned articles for various publications and won awards for her many published stories and poems.

Thanks to the influence of library genes handed down from her mother, she created the blog In Reference to Murder which contains over 3,000 links for mystery readers and writers. She's working on a series of crime fiction novels set in various locations in and around the mid-Atlantic, and when time permits, BV and her husband enjoy flying over Northern Virginia and the Chesapeake in a little putt-putt plane. Visit BV via her web site, bvlawson.com. No ticket required

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Played to Death
When crime consultant Scott Drayco is bequeathed a derelict Opera House in a rundown Virginia fishing village, he doesn't count on finding a body on stage. And that's just the beginning of his troubles....

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deborah hammond reviewed on on Sep. 15, 2014

Awesome book! I loved the main character Scott Drayco. He is a complex character that leaves you wanting to know more about who is is. The people of the town are an intriguing cast of characters. I found myself wanting to find a hidden gem of a town and move there hoping to find the same sense of community. As well as the serenity in the views. Wonderful read. I highly recommend it. If you like murder mysteries this one will keep you on your toes.
(reviewed 19 days after purchase)

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