Dancing Made Easy

Dancing Made Easy

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Lesson one: The tarantella. She had been young, pretty, a budding ballerina. Now beneath a streetlight in the cold Atlanta dawn, she's pirouetting at the end of a rope, a note pinned to her lapel: A dance of evil has commenced, a sinister medley of malice that will unfold over time as a ruthless killer leads Flap Tucker through the steps of a pattern only he can unravel. Lesson two: The tango. The next dangling corpse sends Flap spinning blindly through Atlanta's underside, where two mobsters duel violently for love and money, a brilliant musician sidelines in secret, and a monster circles close to Flap's cherished friend, Dalliance Oglethrope. As he struggles to find his footing, blocked from his Zen-like ability to glimpse the truth behind reality's curtain, the murderous beat quickens around him, and a deadly dancer moves in perfect time to claim one last partner.
Publisher: Spokane Valley, WA : Books in Motion, 2008.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 sound file (approximately 7.22 hr.))


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