Isolde, 16, is intern in a symphonic orchestra to improve her culture. On her second work day, the big mess begins ...
A crime story full of humor and unexpected twists and turns set in the strange microcosm of orchestra musicians.
An inquiry which rambles from Maigret, to Facebook, via a modern version of the adventurous four, Zola, Rouletabille and Einstein and a love story like a roller-coaster.
Cultural clashes: Generation Y against Mozart, gift of the gab against erudition, province against Paris, teens versus parents. On becoming an adult or not, on being an artist and on transmission.
Marie-Helene Visconti is on google+
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And the book got its first review by a reader : ***** Mystery fans will love this one with colorful characters and a twisty plot. The author has intimate knowledge of the inside workings of a French orchestra, and draws us into that world with the personal conflicts and relationships that emerge as the mystery evolves. A wonderfully entertaining mystery!