About the Author...
Gerald Elias leads a double life as a world-class musician and acclaimed author. Music director of the Vivaldi by Candlelight concert series in Salt Lake City since 2004, he is a former violinist with the Boston Symphony and associate concertmaster of the Utah Symphony, and has appeared as a soloist, conductor, composer, and educator on five continents. In addition to his award-winning Daniel Jacobus mystery series that takes place in the dark corners of the music world, his publications and audio books include short fiction, western stories, children’s literature, essays, and his memoir, Symphonies & Scorpions.
Dividing his time between Salt Lake City and the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts, Gerald Elias continues to expand his musical and literary horizons.
About the Book...
The Beethoven Sequence (September 2020)
News and Reviews...
“Captivating and wholly originally debut...A good choice for mystery fans wanting something new and music lovers who do not usually consider crime fiction.”
- Library Journal, Starred Review for Devil's Trill
“The refreshingly caustic Jacobus, a cast of superbly drawn supporting characters, an interesting classical music milieu accessible to aficionados and neophytes alike, an unexpected twist or two, and a unique murder method combine for an engrossing read.”
- Publisher's Weekly for Danse Macabre
“Elias serves up a feast of music, music lore, and diabolical modus operandi. Well conducted.”
- Booklist for Death and the Maiden
“Brilliant and captivating on every level.”
- Booklist, Starred Review, for Death and Transfiguration
The Daniel Jacobus Mysteries
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