From the author of The Copper Crown, The Throne of Scone, and Strange Days: My Life With and Without Jim Morrison
Turn On, Tune In, Drop Dead...
Three Days of Peace, Music...and Murder.
When Rennie Stride and her friends go off to this summer rock festival in rural upstate New York-a little weekend diversion called Woodstock-the last thing any of them expects to come across is a dead body. Or two.
Though at this point, of course, it should be the first thing they expect: renowned journalist Rennie-also known as Murder Chick-seems to have a backstage pass to music-biz murder. And she isn't afraid to use it.
But when she encounters rock death on Max Yasgur's dairy farm, in the middle of half a million people and the greatest rock musicians of the age, and when people she loves get caught up in it, including her own betrothed, superstar guitarist Turk Wayland, she finds herself right back on the front lines once again.
Patricia Kennealy Morrison is a retired rock critic-one of the first female rock critics ever, a Founding Mother of the genre-and the former editor of Jazz & Pop magazine. An award-winning, two-time Clio-nominated ad copywriter, she is the author of The Keltiad science-fantasy series and the memoir "Strange Days: My Life With and Without Jim Morrison," whom she married in 1970. She attended St. Bonaventure University as a journalism major and graduated from Harpur College (now Binghamton University) with a B.A. in English literature. She has also studied at NYU, Parsons School of Design and Christ Church, University of Oxford.
She lives in New York City.
This is her fourteenth book and the fifth in the series The Rock & Roll Murders: The Rennie Stride Mysteries.