Michael and Fleur Revel were enjoying a pleasant game of bridge with Detective-Sergeant Walsh and a friend, Miss Lola Manners, when the radio music program they were listening to was rudely interrupted by an on-the-air murder. There's nothing like the sound of a gunshot and body falling to the floor to ruin a perfect bid of six-notrump. Before the night is through, young Michael and his lovely wife are caught up in a series of murders at the local radio station, and in every case, nobody could have done it! It's one of those impossible crimes that New Zealander Norman Berrow wrote two score of back in the mid-twentieth century, and Ramble House is proud to make all twenty of them available to modern readers.
Used availability for Norman Berrow's Murder in the Melody
September 2005 : USA Paperback