Books by Gerald Elias

SPRING BREAK by Gerald Elias
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 2017

"Elias' sixth entry grafts an old-school curmudgeon detective onto a contemporary faculty farce. Despite his musical prowess, the musician isn't likable enough to draw much in the way of applause."
A blind violinist becomes a key player in a music school's faculty dysfunction. Read full book review >
PLAYING WITH FIRE by Gerald Elias
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 2016

"Readers who aren't unduly put off by the hero, whose fictional ancestors include both Sherlock Holmes and Ebenezer Scrooge, will enjoy a most unseasonal fable of the little insurance fraud that grew and grew. Merry Christmas."
Christmas 1992 brings blind violinist Daniel Jacobus (Death and Transfiguration, 2012, etc.) a mystery that creeps ever nearer his Berkshires retreat. Read full book review >
DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION by Gerald Elias
Released: June 19, 2012

"Who could resist an insider's view of Tanglewood, an analysis of Turner's art and a dog who knows when his slobber is not appreciated? Elias (Death and the Maiden, 2011, etc.) has a nose for creative detail and a refreshing impatience with pomposity. Indulge yourself in his artfulness."
Is artistic temperament a justification for murder? Read full book review >
DEATH AND THE MAIDEN by Gerald Elias
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 16, 2011

"Blind Jacobus, a curmudgeon to the nth degree, redeems himself when he steps in to take the lead in 'Death and the Maiden' and performs with such emotional commitment that you'll want to race right out and buy the CD."
Discordance threatens a chamber music quartet. Read full book review >