Thursday, July 14, 2011

Sign up for an Opera Diva Murder Mystery book blog tour

Dear mystery-loving book bloggers,

Tribute Books Blog Tours invites you to be a stop on the blog tour for Ding Dong The Diva's Dead by Cat Melodia. Please find the book's description below.

The blog tour will occur during October 2011.

We are able to mail to you a paperback copy of the book (U.S. only) or email an eBook (U.S. & international).

If you are interested, email

(1) which October date you'd like

(2) your blog URL
(3a) paperback or PDF
(3b) your U.S. mailing address (for paperback requests)
or your ebook preference - epub, PDF or Word doc (for ebook requests)

We look forward to your response!

About the Book

Ding Dong The Diva's Dead
by Cat Melodia

Deborah de Lille is an opera singer—in the least grand sense. Debbie doesn’t foresee a future beyond Handel Messiahs and low-budget tours ... until her agent finagles her a minor role with a small-town company. The artists assembled for this production of Offenbach’s spooky opera, Tales of Hoffmann, have more than opera on their minds. Their games of love are not for the faint of heart, and the cutthroat atmosphere may have become literal. How far are they willing to go to advance their careers and even the score? The singer Debbie replaced died under suspicious circumstances, and after another minor player bows out suddenly, she is also given her role. Now she has two small roles that no one in their right mind would kill for. So, either someone isn’t in their right mind, or the close calls threatening Debbie’s safety are all unlucky coincidences. Add to the mix three preening tenors, a sexy lesbian director, a vengeful conductor, an obscenely rich and Hollywood-handsome general director, a fading Italian pop star, a trio of bitchy leading sopranos, an ambitious understudy, countless attention-starved underlings, an anti-opera terrorist group, a resident ghost, and Debbie’s kooky and dysfunctional friends and family, and you have an opening night that promises to genuinely thrill and chill.

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