The crypt thief : a Hugo Marston novel

From Eileen Effrat
Author:  Mark Pryor
Title:  The crypt thief : a Hugo Marston novel
Hugo Marston, a former FBI profiler, is now working as head of security for the U.S. Embassy in Paris. A double murder occurs in the Pere-Lachaise Cemetery in front of Jim  Morrison’s gravesite. These murders take on a life of their own when one of the victims is a U.S. Senator’s son and the other a suspected female terrorist.  To obscure the situation more,the crypt of Jane Avril,the famous 19th century Moulin Rouge  dancer,is broken into and parts of the skeleton stolen. Days later, the grave of another 19th century dancer is desecrated.  Are these crimes related? This is a fast paced police procedural with some surprising twists and turns.   I enjoyed the first Marston mystery,The Bookseller,just as much.  If you are looking for mysteries with Paris as the setting and some surprises, you might want to try  Pryor’s books.

CPE Bach : the collection [sound recording CD]

From Edna Susman
Author:  Carl Philipp Emanuel  Bach
Title:  CPE Bach : the collection [sound recording CD]
In honor of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s 300th birthday, the Library has added this 13-CD box collection to its classical music collection. CPE Bach  (1714-1788) was the second son of J.S. Bach and is considered an important figure in the transition from the Baroque to the Classical styles. He wrote in numerous genres which are presented here, from keyboard works for both harpsichord and piano, to works for various solo instruments (flute, oboe, organ and cello) to symphonies for full orchestra. Renowned and influential figures such as Gustav Leonhardt perform on this wonderful collection