Bellweather Rhapsody, by Kate Racculia, Kate
Fifteen years ago, a bride walked into her honeymoon room (#712) at the Bellweather Hotel, shot her husband and hung herself. The only witness was a junior bridesmaid, Minnie Graves.
Enter the Now.
The Bellweather is rather rundown and now hosts the annual high school music festival. Bassoonist “Rabbit” Hatmaker is in the orchestra section while his sister Alice is in the drama division of the festival. New this year is director Viola Fabian, who seems to have (negative) history with everyone at the festival except the twins. That changes when Alice finds her daughter, violinist Jill, hanging from the lights in room 712.
Add to that a Concierge trying to hold it all together, the return of an adult Minnie Graves, a star egotistical conductor, and of course, a snowstorm. But wait! There’s more! Every character is well detailed. And everyone at the Bellweather has a secret. There are murders. There are mysteries. There are romances. There are even sweet moments. There is definitely great writing. .
This page-turner was marketed as an adult novel, but teens will love it.
For ages 14 and up.