Two young children meet through their passion for Chopin. As children, they sneak into the music conservatory to write scores and play the piano and cello, totally in tune with one another. Clara comes from a privileged background; her father is an esteemed and quite famous reverend. Daniel’s father is killed in a boiler explosion and his mother succumbs to depression only months later, leaving Daniel to care for his younger sisters by himself. After years of separation, their story begins again. Elizabeth Camden captures your heart with every word she writes and leaves you wondering which part of the story is fact and which is fiction. What an impressive debut! Elizabeth Camden Interview.
Mark Mynheir spends most of his time as a crime scene detective–in real life! He has written The Corruptible which stars a wounded ex-detective/private investigator named Ray Quinn who is summoned to do what appears to be a dream detective assignment by a person who doesn’t care what it costs to get his information back. As always, there’s a twist! The person he’s supposed to extract the information from winds up dead in a sleazy hotel room with several stab wounds that were inflicted post-mortem. Is it possible two people tried to kill one rogue ex-cop in one night? Where did the satchel disappear to? The first scene starts out with the crippled detective thinking he’s about to die in a public bathroom…what a beginning!