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A Lesson in Music and Murder

Narrated by: Scott R. Smith
Length: 7 hrs and 37 mins
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More than 300,000 people sweltered in the San Bernardino desert at the 1982 US Festival featuring Tom Petty, the Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac, and Jackson Browne, among others. David, a therapist and professor, was there to support a nervous client, a musician who was going to perform at the festival. Indeed, he had reason to worry.

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A trip down music and love lane

David Unger was able to help me imagine what I missed at Woodstock in the 60's with his in-depth knowledge of brilliant song writers and performers along with the groupies and the drugs that held us together in a time we questioned everything.
If you are a fan of Hunter Thompson, Jackson Browne, The Dead or any rock music, along with fantasies of romance you will love this mystery.
As a therapist, I enjoyed the character of David using known therapeutic techniques to gather information while joining with the cast of characters....techniques that also work to get closer with a love interest.

The book is a fun and an easy read as the clues unfold. Enjoy!