Monday has rolled around again, and so I’m featuring another book by one of my writing friends. I sure hope I’m helping some of you Write Thinking readers find some new authors and some great books. I love being part of word-of-mouth recommendations.
About Symphony of Secrets by Sharon Hinck:
Talented flutist Amy Johnson’s dreams come true when she wins a spot with the Minneapolis Symphony. But this amateur sleuth has trouble concentrating on the notes as she begins to see devious motives behind her fellow musicians’ many mishaps. Meanwhile, her musically talented daughter wants to give it all up for—gasp—the cheerleading squad! What’s a musical mom to do? Can Amy fine-tune her investigation before the symphony is forced to close and she loses not only her dream job but her promising new relationship with its conductor?
Endorsement: “It’s official—if the book says Sharon Hinck on the spine, I’m buying it! Symphony of Secrets hits just the right tone, weaving harmonies of mystery, family, and the life of a symphonic musician—a topic I’ve not experienced in fiction before. The melody is God’s love, subtle yet persistent and so perfectly pitched that I’ll be humming that tune for a long time to come. This is a great read and a perfect gift for anyone who finds joy in music.” — Kathryn Mackel, Vanished