Concerto in Dead Flat By Ridley Pearson

 

With a few mysteries under his belt, Chris Klick must pursue a missing maestro across the Atlantic. When the search leads to a secret Oxford lover, Klick realizes he might be in over his head. A satisfying hard-boiled read, New York Times bestselling author Ridley Pearson’s Concerto in Dead Flat is a mounting crescendo with a thrilling finale.

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Ridley Pearson

Ridley Pearson is a New York Times bestselling author with over 24 novels published. His work is extremely diverse, from children’s fiction to crime novels, paranormals and adventure; his novels often incorporate a compelling combination of realistic high-tech forensic wizardry and hair-trigger suspense. One of his best-known crime novels, Undercurrents, contained cutting-edge forensic ideas that helped solve a real-life homicide case. Another, Chain of Evidence, was the first to raise the possibility of a "crime gene"—which later became the focus of a high-profile genetics conference. He has published several popular crime series featuring recurring characters, as well as standalone novels under his own name and the pseudonyms Joyce Reardon, Ph.D. and Wendell McCall. A new thriller, The Red Room, featuring John Knox, will be coming out in June 2014. Pearson was the first American to receive the Raymond Chandler Fulbright fellowship at Oxford University, the site of his research for best-selling novels No Witnesses and The Angel Maker. He was also a founding member and bass player for the Rock Bottom Remainders, a band comprised of best-selling authors including Dave Barry and Stephen King.

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