A Dying Note (Silver Rush #6)

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  • LJ
    Apr 07, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

  • Jopdi
    Apr 23, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Beth
    Apr 05, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Maureen
    Apr 18, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

  • Fred
    Feb 28, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

  • Kay
    Mar 29, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Peggy
    Apr 14, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

  • Robin
    Apr 25, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Ellen
    Mar 29, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Margaret
    Apr 16, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

  • Natasa
    May 01, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Britt
    May 30, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Cinlar
    Apr 10, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Deshay
    May 26, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Cathy Cole
    Apr 01, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

  • Maryanne
    Jun 12, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

  • Liz V.
    Feb 12, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Denise Barney
    Jun 03, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

  • Beth
    Jan 29, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Ilene Harris
    Apr 14, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Mavh
    Mar 31, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Adrian McCarthy
    May 31, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Lynn
    Feb 13, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Bonnye Reed
    Jan 11, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

  • Kathleen
    Jan 05, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

  • Courtney
    Apr 07, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Pamela Priest
    Feb 24, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Kathleen Gray
    Mar 14, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

  • Laura
    Apr 29, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Kelly
    Mar 19, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Jeanne Adamek
    Mar 28, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Jane
    Feb 21, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Dave Sloan
    Mar 09, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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  • harriet j chiang
    May 05, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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  • Sabrina The Book Lover
    Apr 20, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Cathy
    May 29, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • KES
    Apr 17, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Dawning  Moon
    Mar 23, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

  • Heidi Svendsen
    May 30, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

  • Anne S Blair
    May 08, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Sandy
    May 06, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Mary Ladd
    Mar 29, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Pamela Sewell
    Apr 08, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Randee Green
    Mar 04, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

  • Abhishek Shome
    May 21, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Joel Kilasi
    May 17, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Joy
    May 27, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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  • Gen Lyn
    May 28, 2018

    First Sentence: Not my hands! Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia moved to San Francisco from Leadville, Colorado, where they live above the music store, owned by a renowned local violinist. Inez works in the shop and teaches piano including to a young musician whose badly beaten bo...

    A Dying Note is the sixth book in the Silver Rush series. With this book we now find Inez Stannert and her ward, Antonia Gizzi, living in San Francisco. Inez is working D&S House of Music and Curiosities where she is the manager and gives music lesson. The founder and Inez?s p...

    GNab A Dying Note by Ann Parker is #6 of the series Silver Rush Mysteries, but is completely stand alone. I know I want to get my hands on the rest of the series, however. This is a good read, fast paced and flowing, with folks you can be comfortable with and a story that involves you ...

    This is #6 in the Silver Rush/Inez Stannert historical mystery series. The first 5 take place in Colorado and this one is set in 1880's San Francisco. As usual an intriguing mystery and wonderful characters. Inez has become one of my favorite historical characters and I'm becoming very...

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for an ARC of the novel. Inez Stannert returns in A DYING NOTE, the sixth novel in the Silver Rush series by Ann Parker. The novel will be published April 3rd, 2018 by Poisoned Pen Press. For those of you who are unlike me and haven?t read th...

    I?ve read the first book in Ann Parker?s Silver Rush Mysteries, Silver Lies set in 1879/80 in the silver-mining town of Leadville, Colarado in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. I loved it and fully intended to read more of the series. Somehow that hasn?t happened. A Dying Note is...

    This is the fifth book in Ann Parker's "Silver Rush" series featuring Inez Stannert. In this book, Inez has moved from Leadville, CO, to San Francisco. It's 1881, so while San Francisco is not a Gold Rush town, it's still going around the edges. Instead of a saloon, Inez is working...

    It's always a pleasure to watch a series grow from strength to strength, and this is exactly what I've seen happen with Ann Parker's Silver Rush series. There's always some fascinating historical snippets to learn, a fantastic setting, an engrossing mystery to solve, and a strong, inte...

    I hadn't read the earlier books in this series but I was quite entertained by Inez and Antonia. San Francisco in 1881 was calmer to be sure than Leadville Colorado was said to be (which means Leadville must have been a really wild place). Inez and Antonia find themselves investigating ...

    I did not read the whole book, or have I read any books in the series before. I think this was not a book one could read as a stand alone book. I found that I was missing a lot of backstory to have any feelings for the main characters. After reading 40 % of the book I gave up. Too m...

    My least favorite of the series. I almost abandoned it, but persevered out of curiosity as to how things would end. The first half was full of new characters that I didn?t care about, but the second half picked up some steam as Inez remembered her strength. ...

    I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley and found it enjoyable. I had reviewed the first book Silver Lies also and really loved it. This one was good reading also but the mystery was very complex. Great attention had to be paid, as to who was the designated detective for whic...

    Something about this just didn?t click well with me at all. The story was not to my taste and didn?t really feel like a mystery. The plot was slow, but so slow that almost nothing happened for much of the book. There were some moments which moved the plot forward. But since this...

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    Loved it. Miss Leadville, but really liked the change of scene. Looking forward to the next one!! ...

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