Monday, December 5, 2016

Greylock by Paula Cappa

GreylockGreylock by Paula Cappa
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Greylock by Paula Cappa is such a different kind of novel with its lyrical writing, fascination with the arts and music, and obsession with success, it's hard to know how to categorize this novel. A mystery at its heart, we follow the life of a very accomplished concert pianist, Alexai Georg, who is married to a ballerina, Carol Anne. Alexai's music of late has taken quite a battering in the review column, and he is looking for a new project. Enter Beluga whales and a fascinating trip for Alexai to listen to their unique music. With a marriage in shambles; Alexai is the prime suspect when his wife, Carol Anne turns up dead in an alleyway. After all, he has hinted about killing off his wife for years, even describing it in vivid detail. A riveting story told through a supernatural lens, Greylock is a captivating story that exposes the reader to classical music in a modern era gothic setting. Highly recommend.

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