#1753: Brendan Slocumb’s “The Violin Conspiracy” | The Book Show

February 22, 2022 00:30:00
#1753: Brendan Slocumb’s “The Violin Conspiracy” | The Book Show
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Brendan Slocumb’s debut thriller, “The Violin Conspiracy,” is a page-turner about a Black classical musician’s desperate quest to recover his lost family heirloom violin on the eve of the most prestigious musical competition in the world.

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