The two majestic "grand" organs of the Notre Dame Cathedrale have been silent for over seven years. After a $65 million renovation of both instruments, a re-dedicartion concert is planned for the French faithful, who have longed for their "Voice of Our Lady".
But it seems as if someone very badly wants the voice to remain silent, and they are perfectly willing to commit murder to keep it that way!
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Dr. Melvin Blair is a paragon, the brightest star in the musical universe. Recognized around the world as the leading authority today on the Pipe Organ, Blair is in great demand as a concert artist and teacher.
He and his nearly capable team travel the globe, creating wonderful musical memories thousands of his adoring fans. Occasionally, however, it seems Blair cannot keep from musical mis-adventure. Trouble seems to find him!
Born and raised amidst the beloved "hill people" of Southeastern Kentucky, Blair and his team travel from their corporate headquarters, "Pipe Dreams", near Lexington, to concert destinations across the globe.
To celebrate the completed renovation of both the "Col" main pipe organ, and the second "Choir" organ at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, Dr. Blair and his team have been called upon to bring "The Voice of Our Lady", silent for over seven years, back to the French faithful.
Someone seems to want the "Voice of Our Lady" to remain silent. It appears as though they are willing to commit murder to keep things just the way they are.
In a double conspiracy which reaches not only to the highest levels of the French government, but to the Vatican as well, this exciting novel is a tour-de-force that will leave you breathlessly wanting more with every page.
Rich in history, scenery, and characters, "The Notre Dame Concert" wonderfully sets the stage for the upcoming mystery series to be published by Grand Organ Productions LLC.
"The Grand Organ Mysteries" will feature several of the world's grand Pipe Organs. The first volume in the series (Opus I) is set as a French Baroque Symphony in four parts, as an added musical treat for the reader.
The author, an award-winning musical artist and educator, lives in Southeastern Indiana, USA. This is his first fiction novel.
"Let us see what we shall see, shall we?" Blair intoned.
That it might very well kill them, their response could be no different. The question was asked only because one answer was required. The team was required to give it: now.
"Indeed, we shall!"
Tom Bloom wondered if they would use that on his tombstone. It was his first thought of his own death. The thought bothered him. What happened next almost killed him.