The fourth book in Gerald Elias' Daniel Jacobus series, DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION, is getting ecstatic, to-the-point reviews of high praise.
When acting concertmaster, Scheherazade O’Brien, is summarily dismissed by the despotic, tyrannical conductor Vaclav Herza, O’Brien slits her wrists. Now, blind, cantankerous violin teacher Daniel Jacobus, who had shunned O’Brien’s earlier plea for help against Herza’s relentless harassment, investigates Herza’s dark past not only in Prague, but in Tokyo and New York.
"Brilliant and captivating on every level." -Booklist (starred review)
"There’s just one word for this book: bravo!" -Publishers Weekly (starred review)
UPDATE: Library Journal has also given DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION a starred review!