A Dying Note (Silver Rush Mysteries #6) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 6 in the Silver Rush Mysteries series.
- #1: Silver Lies: A Silver Rush Mystery (Silver Rush Mysteries #1) (Large Print / Paperback): $22.99
- #2: Iron Ties Lib/E (Silver Rush Mysteries (Audio) #2) (Compact Disc): $79.95
- #3: Leaden Skies: A Silver Rush Mystery (Silver Rush Mysteries #3) (Large Print / Paperback): $22.99
- #5: What Gold Buys (Silver Rush Mysteries #5) (Hardcover): $26.95
- #7: Mortal Music (Silver Rush Mysteries #7) (Paperback): $15.99
Best of the West 2019 - 2nd Place in Mystery, Best Fiction by TrueWest Magazine
2018 - CIPA EVVY Winner for Mystery/Crime/Detective
2018 - CIPA EVVY 2nd Place for Historical Fiction
It's autumn of 1881, and Inez Stannert, still the co-owner of Leadville, Colorado's Silver Queen saloon, is settled in San Francisco with her young ward, Antonia Gizzi. Inez has turned her business talents to managing a music store, hoping to eventually become an equal partner in the enterprise with the store's owner, a celebrated local violinist.
Inez's carefully constructed life for herself and Antonia threatens to tumble about her ears when the badly beaten body of a young musician washes up on the filthy banks of San Francisco's Mission Creek canal. Inez and Antonia become entangled in the mystery of his death when the musician turns out to have ties to Leadville, ties that threaten to expose Inez's notorious past. And they aren't the only ones searching for answers. Wolter Roeland de Bruijn, "finder of the lost," has also been tasked with ferreting out the perpetrators and dispensing justice in its most final form. Leadville's leading madam Frisco Flo, an unwilling visitor to the city with a Leadville millionaire, is on the hook as well, having injudiciously financed the young musician's journey to San Francisco in the first place.
Time grows short as Inez and the others uncover long-hidden secrets and unsettled scores. With lives and reputations on the line, the tempo rises until the investigation's final, dying note.