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The Schumann Proof (Rendezvous Crime)

Vikkan Lantry, a pianist with more talent than ambition, is content with his job at an upscale cocktail lounge until a request from reclusive soprano, Ulrike Vogel, draws him grudgingly back into the world of classical music. Ulrike’s mysterious past, and her friendship with elderly Viennese piano teacher, Dieter Mann, usher Vikkan into an intrigue that begins in the nineteenth century with an unk...

Series: Rendezvous Crime
Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Napoleon and Co (November 1, 2004)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1894917065
ISBN-13: 978-1894917063
Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.9 x 7.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 14158405
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own song cycle composed by Robert Schumann, and ends in the present-day with a grisly double murder. As Vikkan probes the layers of deceit obscuring a killer’s identity, The Schumann Proof reveals itself to be a study in ambition gone awry. The theme is hardly new, but The Schumann Proof gives it a fresh slant, examining not only the devastating results of too much seeking after personal glory, but the painful consequences of too little.