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Blues For The Prince (Carney Wilde #2)

4.4  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Second book in the Carney Wilde, PI series.
Mass Market Paperback, 216 pages
Published September 1951 by Bantam Books (first published 1950)
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Randy
Jun 29, 2010 Randy rated it it was amazing
Second book in the Carney Wilde PI series. A fine mix of mystery and jazz all tied tyogether in the murder of The Prince, Harold Morton Prince, a big time piano player on the jazz circuit. the murderer has been caught.

Carney is hired by the fiance of the great man's daughter, a mean piano player in her own right, to prove allegations by the murderer that he had written all the famous songs credited to Prince. He had dubious proof to the claim on the two most famous songs.

Of course, as these thin
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Ed
Jul 06, 2009 Ed rated it it was amazing
I read most of Spicer's books several years ago for an author overview, and this one from his P.I. Carney Wilde series is one of the better ones. Spicer was a super big jazz fan, and I believe he consulted with Duke Wellington to write this title. Interesting book by an interesting author largely fallen off the radar now.
Ed
May 08, 2010 Ed rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It's been a while since I read this P.I. classic from Bart Spicer, but I remember liking it a lot. Spicer was an avid jazz fan. I think he dedicates it to his step-daughter.
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Bart Spicer was the pen name of Albert Samuel Spicer. He also wrote four novels as Jay Barbette in tandem with his wife, Betty Coe Spicer. He wrote crime novels and five non-criminous novels. Spicer worked as a radio journalist until 1949, then became a full-time novelist.


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